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Technology and Shifting Power in a Hyper-Connected World
In a hyper-connected world, engagement with technology, new media and social networking creates opportunities and potential setbacks. What are the implications for change in democracies, authoritarian societies and developing countries as the international blogosphere, censorship, and citizen engagement takes on new meaning and shape? Join celebrated thought leaders for a visionary and practical discussion on how to leverage this powerful medium in advancing the scope and reach of your work.
Author(s): Andrew Zolli, Curator & Executive Director, Pop!Te

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Religion, social entrepreneurship and philanthropy: Three perspectives
Philanthropic acts have become the pre-eminent means by which individuals attempt to realise their understanding of ‘doing good’ in society. Drawing on three world religions – Christianity, Judaism, and Islam – the panel will prompt reflection on how notions of ethics, values and power as expressed in each of these traditions, shape philanthropy and social entrepreneurship.
Author(s): Sarabajaya Kumar, Senior Research Fellow, Skoll Ce

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Powerful women: Shifting the status quo
An emerging phenomenon in parts of the developing world is that of women holding power in political structures, including structures previously seen as being the preserve of men. Women also navigate traditional power structures to bring to the fore the economic interests and societal rights of women. Are there robust and sustainable models emerging which can illuminate political, legal, economic power structures? Women share how they brought vitality and hope to their communities.
Author(s): Pat Mitchell, President & CEO, The Paley Center fo

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The Skoll World Forum 2009 - Opening Plenary
The Skoll World Forum 2009 - The Opening Plenary - held at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford Musical Performance – Taiko Meantime, An enthralling show combining traditional Japanese rhythms and techniques with eclectic, original compositions Opening Remarks – Stephan Chambers, Chairman, Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship Welcome – Jeff Skoll, Founder and Chairman, Skoll Foundation and Participant Media The Power Paradox – Roger L. Martin, Dean, Rotman School of Management, Universi
Author(s): Stephan Chambers, Chairman, Skoll Centre for Socia

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Tomorrow’s news: Models for an everyone-is-media world
We are witnessing the destruction of the old media order—and the noisy, thrilling invention of something new. Tectonic shifts in technology and human behavior have changed forever the way we create, deliver, and consume information. The result: a host of emerging models from around the globe that thrive on connection and community, promising previously unimagined opportunities to engage people as active, change-making citizens. This session will examine levers of power in a world where everyon
Author(s): Paula Ellis, Vice President / Strategic Initiative

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Community development - transforming what is possible
Practitioners Showcase - It’s long been recognised that real change for real people in communities around the world happens from the ground up. Social entrepreneurs have learned that it is only with the support of community members – from tribal chiefs to the school teachers, mid-wives to factory managers – that long-term, sustainable social change can be achieved. Three leaders will discuss the strategies they used to develop and maintain engagement with local communities to create new op
Author(s): Keely Stevenson, Investment Executive, Bamboo Fina

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Back-bench rebels
Philip Cowley, Reader in the University’s School of Politics and International Relations, was recently nominated for the Times Higher young researcher of the year award. In this podcast, Philip discusses his research into back bench rebellions within the British parliament. Philip describes his research as practical politics, linking academic research to the real world of political debate. Since the British Labour party’s re-election with a reduced majority of 66 MPs in May 2005, some back
Author(s): Cowley Philip J. Professor

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Assessing your skills
Welcome to Assessing Your Skills one of the series of Futures workbooks, which help students choose and prepare for their careers. Like the other workbooks in the series you can dip in and out doing the exercises which are most relevant to you. You might want to include the exercises or the output in your personal development plan or e-portfolio. The aim of this workbook is to help you to clarify or identify your skills as a first step toward choosing work that really suits you. It can also he
Author(s): Laura Dean

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War Cemeteries
A short video made by the First World War Poetry Digital Archive taking viewers through tracing the burial site of a soldier of the First World War. A short video made by the First World War Poetry Digital Archive taking viewers through tracing the burial site of a soldier of the First World War.This video was made by Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Archive project.
Author(s): Everett Sharp, Kate Lindsay, Alun Edwards

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Trench Warfare
A short video made by the First World War Poetry Digital Archive taking viewers through some of the features associated with trench warfare on the Western Front during World War One. A short video made by the First World War Poetry Digital Archive taking viewers through some of the features associated with trench warfare on the Western Front during World War One. This is part of a series of podcasts produced by Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Archive.
Author(s): Everett Sharp

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Tim Kendall: 'Ivor Gurney: First War Poet'
Professor Tim Kendall considers what composer and poet Ivor Gurney understood by the phrase 'war poet' and how he saw his own work as belonging to (and eminent amidst) a tradition of writing about war. Tim Kendall examines the ways in which Gurney represents poetry, and the figure of the poet, in his own work; and assesses Gurney's hopes for the efficacy of such poetry - whether as acts of witness, of escapism, or of political intervention. Tim Kendall is Professor of English Literature at the
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Teaching WW1 Literature: Victoria Syme-Taylor
Victoria Syme-Taylor 'Teaching WW1 Poetry to the Armed Services' Victoria Syme-Taylor 'Teaching WW1 Poetry to the Armed Services' part of the Teaching World War One LIterature Conference, Oxford University, 12/11/07.
Author(s): Victoria Syme-Taylor

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Teaching WW1 Literature: Meg Crane
Meg Crane 'WW1 Poetry in Schools' Meg Crane 'WW1 Poetry in Schools', part of the Teaching World War One Literature conference, Oxford University, 12/11/07.
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Teaching WW1 Literature: Jon Stallworthy
Jon Stallworthy 'War Poetry' Jon Stallworthy 'War Poetry', part of the Teaching World War One Literature Conference, Oxford University, 12/11/07.
Author(s): Jon Stallworthy

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Teaching WW1 Literature: Guy Cuthbertson
Guy Cuthbertson 'WW1 Poetry in Higher Education' Guy Cuthbertson 'WW1 Poetry in Higher Education', part of the Teaching World War One Literature Conference, Oxford University, 12/11/07.
Author(s): Guy Cuthbertson

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Teaching WW1 Literature: Andrea Peterson
Andrea Peterson 'Children's Literature' Andrea Peterson 'Children's Literature' part of the Teaching World War One literature conference, Oxford University, 12/11/07.
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Siegfried Sassoon Conference: Round Table
A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). Part of a series of Podcasts from Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Project. A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). The conference took place at Downside Abbey on Saturday September 8th, 2007. This item is a round table discussion with questions from the f
Author(s): Siegfried Sassoon Conference: Round Table

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Siegfried Sassoon Conference: John Stuart Roberts 'Slightly Seeing'
A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). Part of a series of Podcasts from Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Project. A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). The conference took place at Downside Abbey on Saturday September 8th, 2007. This item is a paper by John Stuart Roberts, author of 'Siegfri
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Siegfried Sassoon Conference: Interview with Dom Sebastian Moore
A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). Part of a series of Podcasts from Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Project. A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). The conference took place at Downside Abbey on Saturday September 8th, 2007. This item is an interview taken from DVD with Dom Sebastian Moo
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Siegfried Sassoon Conference: Interview with Dom Philip Jebb
A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). Part of a series of Podcasts from Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Project. A session at the 2007 Conference run by the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship (http://sassoonfellowship.org/siegfriedsassoonfellowship/). The conference took place at Downside Abbey on Saturday September 8th, 2007. This item is an interview taken from DVD with Dom Philip Jebb o
Author(s): Dom Philip Jebb

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