OPHI Seminar Series

The OPHI seminar series brings together academic staff and students interested in multidimensional poverty in an informal intellectual and social environment. Everyone is welcome.

Michaelmas Term 2021

The following seminars will be given at 4pm on Mondays and will take place online, with some hybrid sessions also taking place in person in Queen Elizabeth House, 3 Mansfield Road, OX1 3TB. Please note that due to the current events regulations, only members of the University of Oxford will be allowed to attend the event in person. Others will be able to participate online.

Series organisers: Dr Sabina Alkire (University of Oxford) Professor James Foster (Georges Washington University) Pedro Conceição (UNDP HDRO)

Details and registration details will be published on talks.ox.ac.uk.

UNDP HDRO & OPHI authors
11 Oct: Unmasking Disparities: Ethnicity, Race and Gender’
This event will also take place in person in Queen Elizabeth House, 3 Mansfield Road, OX1 3TB. Please note that due to the current events regulations, only members of the University of Oxford will be allowed to attend the event in person. Others will be able to participate online.

Dr Sabina Alkire, OPHI
18 Oct, ‘On Data Availability for Assessing Monetary and Multidimensional Poverty
This event will also take place in person in Queen Elizabeth House, 3 Mansfield Road, OX1 3TB. Please note that due to the current events regulations, only members of the University of Oxford will be allowed to attend the event in person. Others will be able to participate online.

Professor James Foster, GWU
25 Oct, ‘Measuring the Statistical Capacity of Nations

Dr Liyousew Borga, Luxembourg, Dr Conchita D’Ambrosio, Luxembourg
8 Nov, ‘Social Protection and Multidimensional Poverty’

Dr Nicolai Suppa, CED
15 Nov, ‘On Track or Not? Projecting the Global Multidimensional Poverty Index

Dr Neeti Pokhriyal, Dartmouth, Dr Damien Christophe Jacques, Louvain, Various Speakers
22 Nov, ‘Predicting and Mapping MPI using Geospatial and Combined Disparate Data Sources

Dr Matthew Robson, York
29 Nov,Distributional Impacts of Cash Transfers on the Multidimensional Poverty of Refugees: The ESSN programme in Turkey


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