Events

OPHI runs a programme of regular events. In addition to seminar series, summer schools, and research workshops (listed separately), these include workshops for academics and practitioners and special events related to OPHI’s research.

Details of forthcoming and recent events are shown below. See also OPHI’s Seminar Series, Short Courses and Workshops pages, or Previous Events (below) for a full list of all past events. Many past events are available to watch or listen to on OPHI’s podcasts page.

 

Previous Events

Taller Regional de Medición de Pobreza Multidimensional (en español): Panamá, 25-29 marzo 2019
Start Date: 25 Mar 2018
End Date: 29 Mar 2018
Location: Panama
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Brief Description: Organizado por la Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI), Universidad de Oxford, y el Ministerio de Desarrollo Social de Panamá, el taller regional se realizará en la Ciudad de Panamá, del 25 al 29 de marzo de 2019. Fecha límite para … Continue reading Taller Regional de Medición de Pobreza Multidimensional (en español): Panamá, 25-29 marzo 2019

Child poverty, public expenditure, and social policy in South Asia
Start Date: 19 Mar 2018
End Date: 19 Mar 2018
Location: Queen Elizabeth House
With: Dr Abdul Alim (UNICEF)

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MPPN Side Event at UN Statistical Commission 2018
Start Date: 07 Mar 2018
End Date: 07 Mar 2018
Location: Conference Room 11, United Nations Headquarters, New York
With: Guests

Brief Description: “Disaggregating the Multidimensional Poverty Index to Break Silos of Poverty” On 7 March, 2018, the Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network (MPPN) hosted a side event at the 49th United Nations Statistical Commission on “Disaggregating the Multidimensional Poverty Index to Break Silos … Continue reading MPPN Side Event at UN Statistical Commission 2018

Building a Child MPI
Start Date: 05 Mar 2018
End Date: 05 Mar 2018
Location: Queen Elizabeth House, Room 3
With: Dr Ana Vaz (OPHI-University of Oxford)

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Material Deprivation and Intra-household Allocation across Europe
Start Date: 27 Feb 2018
End Date: 27 Feb 2018
Location: Queen Elizabeth House, Room 2
With: Dr Tania Burchardt (London School of Economics)

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Incorporating a Delphi Method within Poverty Measurement: A Case Study of West Java, Indonesia
Start Date: 26 Feb 2018
End Date: 26 Feb 2018
Location: Queen Elizabeth House, Room 3
With: Putu Natih (University of Oxford)

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Income and Multidimensional Poverty in Indonesia
Start Date: 19 Feb 2018
End Date: 19 Feb 2018
Location: Queen Elizabeth House, Room 3
With: Dr Usha Kanagaratnam (Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative)

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The Cost of Fitting In
Start Date: 12 Feb 2018
End Date: 12 Feb 2018
Location: Queen Elizabeth House, Room 3
With: Professor Jonathan Wolff (Blavatnik School of Government)

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Multidimensional Poverty Indices for Children from Household Surveys: Lessons and Ways Forward
Start Date: 05 Feb 2018
End Date: 05 Feb 2018
Location: Queen Elizabeth House, Room 3
With: Dr Martin Evans (Overseas Development Institute)

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Multidimensional Poverty and Violence
Start Date: 29 Jan 2018
End Date: 29 Jan 2018
Location: Queen Elizabeth House, Room 3
With: Dr. Christian Oldiges, OPHI - Oxford University

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Understanding the Differences between the MPI and MODA
Start Date: 15 Jan 2018
End Date: 15 Jan 2018
Location: Queen Elizabeth House, Seminar Room 3
With: Dr. Sabina Alkire, OPHI Director

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Two Distinguished Public Lectures on Bhutan's Democracy and Development
Start Date: 09 Jan 2018
End Date: 09 Jan 2018
Location: Sheldonian Theatre Oxford
With: His Excellency Dasho Tshering Tobgay former Prime Minister of Bhutan

Brief Description: Wednesday 9th January 2019, Sheldonian Theatre, University of Oxford, 2.30pm- 6.30pm The Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) is delighted to announce an afternoon of two Distinguished Public Lectures on Bhutan, by the Former Prime Minister of Bhutan, His … Continue reading Two Distinguished Public Lectures on Bhutan’s Democracy and Development

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