This year’s Emerging Markets Symposium Report, Young People and the Future of Emerging Markets, was launched in the House of Lords, London, on Tuesday 24 May, 2016. The report urges emerging market country governments to address the specific... Read more
The latest EMS report, Young People and the Future of Emerging Markets, will be launched on 24 May in the House of Lords, London.
Speakers will include Professor Jo Boyden, Director of Oxford University’s Young Lives Research Centre and... Read more
40 leading international experts were joined by a dozen young graduate students from Green Templeton College for the seventh annual EMS symposium which this year (7- 10 January) focused on Young People and the Future of Emerging Markets.... Read more
The Third International Longevity Forum organized by the International Longevity Global Alliance and hosted by the International Longevity Centre, Brazil, took place in Rio de Janeiro on 21 and 22 October 2015.
The conference was attended... Read more
The EMS has published the Summary and Conclusions from the Symposium on Ageing in Emerging Markets in Arabic, Chinese, English, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese and are now available on this website . To download visit http://ems.gtc.ox.ac.uk/ems-... Read more
In the first of a series of regional launches around the world, the EMS Ageing in Emerging Markets report was the focus of a special session at the Ageing and Alzheimers conference held in Prague on 17 August. The main speaker at the event, which... Read more
A new report, Ageing in Emerging Markets, from the Emerging Markets Symposium at Green Templeton College, Oxford was launched on 30 June in the House of Lords, London. The launch was hosted by Baroness Goudie, a regular EMS participant. The... Read more
The Emerging Markets Symposium in January 2016 will focus on Young People and the Future of Emerging Markets. Previous symposia on Maternal and Child Health (2014) and Ageing (2015) have addressed challenges and opportunities associated with the... Read more
The Emerging Markest Symposium launched its new look website on 15 June 2015. The website covers all previous symposia together with new material on human welfare in emerging markets and the principles which underpin the EMS initiative. The... Read more
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