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The King's Lectures in Ethics

The King's Lectures in Ethics are given by leading figures on vital issues of our time.

All King's Lectures are free, unticketed and open to all. 

For details on each King's Lecture, please click the links at the bottom of this page.



16 March 2010

TOBY ORD (Oxford, Founder of Giving What We Can)


ROGER RIDDELL (Board Member, Oxford Policy Management; Principal, The Policy Practice; Formerly: International Director of Christian Aid. Author: Does Foreign Aid Really Work?)

World Poverty
How Much Will YOU Give?


3 February 2010

RICHARD MEERAN (Liberty-JUSTICE Human Rights Lawyer of the Year 2002)


Ethical Dilemmas of a Public Interest Lawyer


28 January 2010

GEOFF TANSEY (The Food Ethics Council)


Our Future Food
Should We Put the World in Our Mouth?


7 November 2009

PETER MAASS (The New York Times)


Crude World
The Violent Twilight of Oil


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