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28
Apr
2017
It took a couple of attempts to coax the Oxford Saïd audience out of their usual careful reserve, but Kailash Satyarthi eventually managed it. By the end of his Distinguished Speaker Seminar on 25 April, the Nobel Peace Prize winner had everyone in the room with both hands raised, loudly proclaiming their support for his 100 million campaign.
Lubomila Rochet
27
Apr
2017
The digital revolution is a consumer one, according to Lubomira Rochet, Global Chief Digital Officer, L’Oréal Group: a revolution driven not by technology itself but by people, who nowadays don’t ‘go’ on the internet but ‘live’ there.
27
Apr
2017
According to Dolly Parton, working nine to five is enough to drive you crazy if you let it. Jan-Emmanuel De Neve explores the links between work and happiness.
25
Apr
2017
Neither top-down nor bottom-up approaches have yet had a major impact on wicked problems such as climate change or poverty. Oxford Saïd alumna Suzette Dumfries is focusing on a third way, investing in agriculture, clean energy, and sustainable tourism in the Caribbean.
21
Apr
2017
Senior Research Fellow, Anzhela Cédelle, has been awarded the prestigious British Academy's Rising Star Engagement Award.
20
Apr
2017
Oxford Saïd Professor of Accounting, Richard Barker, has been appointed to the expert panel for the Prince’s Accounting for Sustainability Project and as UK representative on the academic panel fo the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG).
19
Apr
2017
The Further Education Strategic Leadership Programme will be open to Principals and CEOs across Further Education.
12
Apr
2017
Six shortlisted teams presented their projects in a bid to win a £2,500 cash prize, donated by event sponsor Ricoh Europe.
International Women's Day 2017
11
Apr
2017
The Business School’s 21st Anniversary coincided with an all-day celebration of International Women’s Day, in which alumnae, current students and two iconic trailblazing speakers shared their experience of what it meant to Be Bold for Change.

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