Oxford Social Sciences talks information, security and democracy

Can security and democracy co-exist?

View of a large lecture theatre filled with people. The speakers sit at the front with a screen behind them

Professor Louise Richardson, Professor Phil Howard, Will Hutton, Professor Ngaire Woods, Sir John Scarlett talk to the crowd at RUSI

Edmond Blok

In the first of a series of events showcasing how Social Sciences is transforming futures, attendees were captivated by the discussion on the future of how information and security can co-exist with democracy. Hosted by the Royal United Services Institute, the world’s oldest independent think-tank on defence, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Louise Richardson, chaired the discussion alongside Sir John Scarlett (ex-Chief of MI6), Will Hutton (Principal of Hertford College), Professor Ngaire Woods (Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government) and Professor Phil Howard (Director of the Oxford Internet Institute). 

Sir John Scarlett talks
speakers at rusi event
speakers at rusi event