The Oxford Union

The Oxford Union

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Since its foundation in 1823, the Oxford Union has grown to become the most famous speaking and debating society in the world. Each term, in our prestigious debating chamber, we play host to the people who shape our world - whether it be Presidents Nixon, Carter, and Reagan; Prime Ministers Churchill, Heath, Brown, and May; the leaders of the March for our Lives movement, or the journalists who broke the Harvey Weinstein story. As the COVID-19 crises continues, we have found a new platform to uphold this tradition. Our inaugural Podcast series, spanning eight weeks of the Oxford term, will feature actors, activists and global leaders, debates on the world's defining issues, and lighter relief at the weekend. This summer, we hope you will listen in.

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Since its foundation in 1823, the Oxford Union has grown to become the most famous speaking and debating society in the world. Each term, in our prestigious debating chamber, we play host to the people who shape our world - whether it be Presidents Nixon, Carter, and Reagan; Prime Ministers Churchill, Heath, Brown, and May; the leaders of the March for our Lives movement, or the journalists who broke the Harvey Weinstein story. As the COVID-19 crises continues, we have found a new platform to uphold this tradition. Our inaugural Podcast series, spanning eight weeks of the Oxford term, will feature actors, activists and global leaders, debates on the world's defining issues, and lighter relief at the weekend. This summer, we hope you will listen in.

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