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 2023

The following OPHI Seminars will take place on Mondays at 4pm–5pm. This series is jointly hosted by the Institute for International Economic Policy at George Washington University, the Human Development Report Office and OPHI. Seminars will be in-person in Meeting Room A in Queen Elizabeth House. Food will be provided. A list of seminar titles is provided below.

To join virtually click here. Recordings will be uploaded on YouTube in due course.

Sabina Alkire
9 October: ‘Global MPI 2023’

Tshoki Zangmo
16 October: ‘Gross National Happiness’

Juan Manuel Santos & Tshering Tobgay
31 October: ‘The Battle Against Poverty: A Case of Leadership’ Book Launch

Kim Samuel & Prenika Anand
6 November: ‘Belonging in the Digital World: A Conceptual Framework and a Systematic Review of the inter-generational impact of Social Media on “Belonging” in Adolescents and Older Adults’

13 November: Please note there will be no OPHI seminar during the OPHI Executive Education Programme which runs this week.

Khalid Abu-Ismail
20 November: ‘Poverty and human development challenges in Arab countries
(Please note this seminar will kindly be held in the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies. Please book here to attend in person)

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