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After our exciting Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Trust Trump Inaugural Debate, we bring you an account of the evening by WHT Scholar, and the debate’s moderator, Atherton Mutombwera. If you would like to catch up on the evening’s events, a video of the debate can be found here and a video of the Q&A session here.

Thanks to the generosity of the Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Trust and the Max Weidenfeld Travel Grant, I had the unique opportunity to visit Myanmar for a week, where I led a team of undergraduate and graduate students from Oxford as part of the Oxford Microfinance Initiative (OMI).

Last week I had the pleasure of attending a conference at the Ditchley Foundation centered on the question- “Will we still have one global internet in 2025?” The conference dealt with a myriad of topics ranging from the governance of the internet to the impact the Internet of Things will have on parliamentary politics. Over […]

My Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Trust pro-bono project took place on April 12, 2012 at the Kiserian Children’s Centre located on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya. The project was focused on providing high school students with the knowledge and skills needed to further their education.

In recognition of his work with Dehradun-based social activist network, Making a Difference by Being the Difference (MAD), Louis Dreyfus WHT Scholar Abhijay Negi was invited to the Houses of Parliament to meet with British politicians of Indian origin to discuss their contributions to society. He shares his experiences below.

As a Louis Dreyfus-Weidenfeld and Hoffmann scholar, I had the unique opportunity to visit Mukteshwar, a small town nestled in the hills of Uttarakhand, in Northern India. This, along with the surrounding villages, is the site for a collaboration between the Louis Dreyfus Foundation (LDF) and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI). The project aims […]

WHT Scholar Arvind Jayakumar describes his experience at the 2016 Robin Hambro Moral Philosophy Seminars

Lateral entry into the civil services may create synergy between the government and big businesses, but it will also compromise the integrity of the government. This article first appeared in The Wire and is republished here with the kind permission of its author.

Louis Dreyfus Scholar Nidhi Singh (MSc Law and Finance) reflects on her year spent with the Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Trust in Oxford.

Arcadia Weidenfeld Scholar Poojan Shrestha (MSc International Health and Tropical Medicine) originally planned on doing his pro bono project at a school where he hoped to launch a health education class with some of his medical colleagues. Instead, he found himself leading an investigation on the front line of an infectious outbreak, working to protect villagers in […]