Blavatnik Election Briefings: India Votes - Exploring the impact of an election that will determine India’s future

As temperatures swell across India and anticipation grows for the election result next week, join us to discuss the impact of the election including the prospects for a country that has seen repression of democratic rights and institutions. How will the winning party use their new mandate? What will the result mean for minority rights?

Transitional Justice and the Rio Negro Community in Guatemala

Almost 30 years after the end of the civil war in Guatemala, many crimes remain unsolved. An exemplary site for Guatemala's past is Rio Negro. In the 1980s, the residents of Rio Negro, Mayas from the Achí community, resisted the expropriation of their land and the relocation of their village, which was to make way for a dam project. During the so-called counterinsurgency led by dictator Ríos Montt, the village suffered several massacres, resulting in the deaths of over 400 people.

The Oxford Cyber Forum

The Oxford Cyber Forum, created through a partnership between the European Cyber Conflict Research Initiative (ECCRI) and the Blavatnik School of Government, serves as a crucial platform for dialogue among government officials, academics, civil society and private sector leaders on the evolving landscape of cyber conflict and security.
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