The annual Green Templeton College Human Welfare Conference brings together leading graduate students, academics, and practitioners to engage with the specific challenges and opportunities of systematically improving human welfare in both academic and professional contexts. Encouraging collaboration between researchers from different backgrounds and disciplines, the conference explores new and comprehensive ways to tackle important issues relevant to human welfare. The Tenth Human Welfare Conference will take place on May 12th and 13th, 2017, at Green Templeton College, Oxford.

Registration is now open! Click here to be redirected to the registration page. The conference is FREE to attend, but we ask all delegates to pay a £10 deposit which will be refunded in full after the event has been attended.

In addition, there is an opportunity to attend the college's Formal Dinner on Friday evening. However, spaces are extremely limited since it will be an exclusive opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with the expert speakers and panelists from across the world. Green Templeton College serves a delicious three-course meal in the dining hall located at the Observatory, with a drinks reception at 7:30pm for an 8:00pm start. You do not need to be in Green Templeton College to register for the dinner. In fact, everyone not in GTC who registers for the conference will be entered into a draw, and seven lucky winners will be invited to dinner free of charge (if already registered for dinner, we will refund those winners). Winners will be informed on May 3. Formal dinner at this event is charged separately and will cost £25.36 per person without wine. Wine can be added to your meal for an additional cost of £7.19. 

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