Social Outcomes Conference 2021

The Social Outcomes Conference is the annual convening of the world’s leading researchers, policymakers and practitioners working to improve social outcomes. As in previous years, the conference will feature discussions on the latest thinking and findings from academic research, alongside insights from the emerging practice across different geographies, disciplines and policy areas.

Due to COVID-19 meeting and travelling restrictions, the conference will once again take place online as it did in 2020. However, we expect to be able to offer a limited number of in-person places to those wishing to attend the conference in Oxford. The Blavatnik School of Government is fully equipped for ‘hybrid’ in-person/online events.

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