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New Oxford Martin Programme on African Governance

Our research will investigate how better governance can foster more inclusive growth in Africa, create more jobs for its young population, and better social services and infrastructure


New research shows extent of women's lead in UK employment boom

INET researchers highlight how legislative change and the financial crisis have led to the closing of gender gaps in work


European 'soft-power' collaboration needed to fight disinformation

A new EC report calls for investing in media and information literacy to counteract disinformation


Anti-vaxxer effect on vaccination rates is exaggerated

Why people who have anti-vaccine beliefs and attitudes are not the sole cause of low vaccination

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Oxford Martin School appoints new Director

Professor Sir Charles Godfray is announced as the new Director of the Oxford Martin School


Rockefeller Foundation Economic Council on Planetary Health at the Oxford Martin School

This assembly of global experts demonstrate the economic and policy case for the emerging field of planetary health

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What is the Oxford Martin School?

Find out more about our research

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