To date, STI's Civil Society branch has held the following Experts Meetings:
Has there been a significant change in the architecture of global governance? To the degree there has been broad and identifiable change, what are the chief causes? And what are the effects of these changes? Do they make it more difficult or easier to solve global governance problems?
Providing interdisciplinary and international perspectives on the question of photography and conflict transformation, this initiative addresses salient and influential cultural trends.
Experts in International Relations, Sociology, History, Political Theory and Law will explore the critical relationship between cultural diversity and international order by bridging disciplinary boundaries.
The workshop is intended to bring together scholars to explore whether there has been a change in the organization of global governance, what has produced this change, and whether this change is good or bad for achieving progress on the world’s most pressing global issues.
This Experts Meeting brought together a group of scholars from North America and Europe to discuss the role that intention, foresight, and proportionality play in theoretical and practical determinations of moral or legal fault.
The meeting, held at Balliol College at Oxford, explored how the changing media environment created by proliferation of media platforms and providers is affecting the kind of information and entertainment the public receives. Director of Oxford University's Reuters Institute, Robert Picard, served as Academic Director.
On principles of equality and non-discrimination and how they can be reconciled with freedom of conscience and religious liberty.