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

Professor Ian Goldin, Sir Malcolm Evans
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12:00 - 13:00
Oxford Prospects and Global Development Institute
Regent's Park College
Pusey Street
Venue details

Collier Room

Event type
Lectures and seminars
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Disabled access?
Booking required

In Michaelmas term 2022, the Oxford Prospects and Global Development Institute is hosting its Globalisation series curated 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’.

For the inaugural event of the series, we are delighted to host Professor Ian Goldin – currently Professor of Globalisation and Development, founding Director of the Oxford Martin School and formerly Vice President of the World Bank, Professor Goldin will speak, drawing upon themes from his latest book, Rescue: from global crisis to a better world.

Professor Goldin will be joined by Sir Malcolm Evans, Professor of Public International Law (University of Bristol) and former Chair of the United Nations Subcommittee for the Prevention of Torture.

This talk marks the beginning of a series of conversations where distinguished guest speakers will share their analysis of current affairs on topics including; international diplomacy and global order, climate change, public health and poverty eradication etc.

*Please note, if you are unable to attend the event in person, email for the virtual event details.