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September

FULLY BOOKED Oxford Open Doors 2022 at the Oxford Martin School Tour (3.30pm)

10th September 2022: 3:30pm   Registration Required
Oxford Martin School

In conjunction with the Oxford Preservation Trust the Oxford Martin School is delighted to be part of the Oxford Open Doors 2022 programme and hopes that you can join us for a tour of our listed building.

Series: Oxford Open Doors 2022 at the Oxford Martin School

June

Book talk: 'Butler to the world: how Britain became the servant of tycoons, tax dodgers, kleptocrats and criminals' with Oliver Bullough

15th June 2022: 5:00pm   Registration Required   Live Stream
Online & Oxford Martin School

In this event chaired by Ricardo Soares de Oliveira, Oliver Bullough will be discussing his best selling and critically acclaimed book, 'Butler to the World: How Britain Became the Servant of Tycoons, Tax Dodgers, Kleptocrats and Criminals'.

Series: African Governance: economic, social and political governance challenges

May

Panel Discussion: 'Illicit financial flows and offshore finance: its impact on African development'

11th May 2022: 5:00pm   Live Stream
Online - Crowdcast

Join us as our panel of three major African experts discuss the impact of illicit financial flows and offshore structures on the continent’s development prospects.

Series: African Governance: economic, social and political governance challenges

Panel Discussion 'Adaptation limits and prospects for people and ecosystems: findings from the IPCC (WGII) report’

10th May 2022: 5:30pm   Registration Required   Live Stream
Online & Oxford Martin School

The IPCC WG1 has already established that human-induced global warming has reached over 1C and is continuing to rise, demonstrating that climate change is not only a threat in the future, but also right now.

Panel discussion: "On the trail of capital flight from Africa"

4th May 2022: 5:00pm   Live Stream
Online - Crowdcast

Angola, Cote d'Ivoire, and South Africa are countries that have witnessed large-scale illicit financial outflows in recent decades.

Series: African Governance: economic, social and political governance challenges

March

'The critical case for reforming land-based carbon accounting' with Tim Searchinger

29th March 2022: 4:00pm   Live Stream
Main Lecture Theatre, School of Geography and the Environment

The capacity of land to grow plants plays a key role in emerging carbon-neutrality climate strategies of both countries and companies.