The Workshop on the Future of Government, organised by the Rafael del Pino Foundation, takes place at Christ Church College, Oxford University, under the direction of Carissa Veiz, Rafael del Pino Professor of Global Transformation.

Organised by:

  • Start of the course - Primavera 2024

  • Completion of the course TBA

  • Duration - 3 days

  • Language - English

  • Admission - By invitation

  • Certificate - Including

If you wish to participate in the "Workshop on the Future of Government or you need additional information, please contact Carlota Taboada (Academic Coordinator of the Programme) via email, by clicking on the following button.

Workshop description

The aim of the programme is to offer an updated vision of the new technological and social trends that will affect the future of politics and governance, contributing to pool the points of view of the best professors in this field, mainly from Oxford University, and of a small group of Spanish professionals who are protagonists of Spain's interests in the current global context.

Agenda (PDF)

WFG Agenda 2022

Academic Coordination

Carlota Taboada

Director of Research Programmes, Virtual Campus and International Training Programmes at the Rafael del Pino Foundation.

Teaching Team

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