What are the impacts of population growth? Can our planet support the demands of the ten billion people anticipated to be the world’s population by the middle of this century? A panel of Oxford Martin School academics debate the themes in the soon-to-be-released collection of essays, Is the Planet Full?
“47% of future jobs will be taken by machines, but they can’t do wisdom, sensitivity or tenderness,” says Ian Goldin, Director of the Oxford Martin School, as he calls for good cyber governance and a harmonious interdependence between humans and machines.
A panel discussion hosted by Kellogg College on Friday 29th November 2013. The panellists discuss the global governance of migration, migrant rights and development. The regulation of international migration and migrant rights are among the most contested public policy issues around the world. In 2013-14 a series of high-level policy meetings (including the High-Level Dialogue on Migration and Development in New York, and the Global Forum on Migration and Development in Stockholm) will debate the global governance of migration, migrant rights and development. Do we need more global governance of international migration? If so, why and what should it aim to achieve? How, if at all, should international migration be integrated in the post-2015 development agenda?
Professor Ian Goldin, Director of the Oxford Martin School, speaks at the IoT World Forum 2013.
Professor Ian Goldin from the University of Oxford says there has never been a better time to be alive or to be born poor. But in order to make the most of this era of possibility, we urgently need an inclusive and sustainable globalization that works for both the individual and the collective.
Tackling change and uncertainty cooperatively, managing power transitions productively.This seminar was part of the Oxford Martin School Michaelmas Term seminar series “Now for the Long Term”
At NESTA’s FutureFest, Ian Goldin argues that we must act to ensure the potential of our current ‘New Renaissance’ is harnessed, rather than lost.
In fifteen minutes our Director, Ian Goldin, busts some of the common myths about migration. It is clear, concise and an absolute must-watch if you want to be informed about this issue.
Professor Ian Goldin discusses the themes arising in his book ‘Exceptional People’ with IMI’s Hein de Haas. Ian’s book looks at the profound advantages that migration will have for countries and migrants the world over. He challenges the received wisdom that a dramatic growth in migration is undesirable, and proposes that new approaches for governance should embrace this international mobility.