Towards a new equilibrium of the international order through renewed global governance and multilateral cooperation

Speaker
Sir Tim Hitchens, Alice Nderito, Sir Malcolm Evans (host)
Event date
Event time
12:00
Venue
Oxford Prospects and Global Development Institute - Online Event
Event type
Lectures and seminars
Event cost
Free
Disabled access?
No
Booking required
Required

Speakers:

  • Sir Tim Hitchens (President of Wolfson College, Oxford, former British Ambassador to Japan and Africa Director for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office)
  • Alice Nderito (Under-Secretary-General - UN special advisor on the prevention of genocide)

Host:

  • Sir Malcolm Evans (Public International Law at University of Bristol, former Chair of the United Nations Subcommittee for the Prevention of Torture)

In Michaelmas term 2022, the Oxford Prospects and Global Development Institute is hosting its Globalisation in-conversation series curated jointly by Dr Shidong Wang and Dr Myra Blyth.

The aim of the series is to facilitate conversations between leading academics and key international policymakers and practitioners, nurturing a multi-disciplinary dialogue between academics and key actors on the global stage to promote a fresh understanding and vision for a renewed international order. The series theme is ‘Globalisation: Towards A New Equilibrium of the International Order Through Renewed Global Governance and Multilateral Cooperation’.

Oxford Prospects and Global Development Institute, Regent's Park College, Oxford. Email: pa_opgdc@regents.ox.ac.uk