Kellogg College annual lecture series sponsored by Bynum E. Tudor.
Learning and development in the public and private sectors: is there a difference?
Lady Jay, Chairman of L'Oréal UK and Ireland, delivers the annual Bynum Tudor Lecture at Kellogg College. Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/
Lessons from the truth and reconciliation process for 21st century challenges
Archbishop Desmond Tutu delivers the 2010 Bynum Tudor lecture in which he draws from the experience of overcoming apartheid to point the way to justice and reconciliation in the Middle East. A packed Sheldonian Theatre gave a rousing ovation to Archbishop Desmond Tutu on 10 May 2010, as he delivered the 5th Bynum Tudor Lecture, entitled "Lessons from the truth and reconciliation process for 21st century challenges". The Archbishop drew from the experience of overcoming apartheid to point the way to justice and reconciliation in the Middle East. He encouraged those who were there, especially the young, to take an interest and be involved in these issues. The Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Lord Patten, hailed the Archbishop's contribution to truth, justice and reconciliation as one of the historic moments of our time.
We're the people we've been waiting for
Lord Puttnam discusses how education and learning will develop over the next decade and beyond, given the pace of change driven by digital technologies. He reflects on the impact of the recession and climate change on how we equip learners for the future.
Challenges and opportunities in a changing world
Dr Kohn is a pharmacologist, entrepreneur and a musician. In his lecture he drew on his experience throughout his distinguished career, combining his love of music and his life as a baritone of professional standing with that of a medical scientist.