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On Thursday 4th July 2024 from 17:45, the UPP will be screening the iconic film 'The Constant Gardener' as part of the Ethics In Film series. Book your tickets here!


Ethics In Film is brought to you by Oxford Ethics & Humanities (OEH) and Reuben College. This project bridges the gap between current ethical debates and the human drive to tell stories, all at an independent Oxford cinema institution - The Ultimate Picture Palace (UPP). Our Ethics in Film events are led and chaired by Angeliki Kerasidou, Associate Professor in Bioethics at the Ethox Centre and Official Fellow of Reuben College.

The film will be followed by a conversation on global health justice, with speakers: Caesar Atuire a health ethicist and philosopher at the University of Oxford, and Associate Professor of Applied Philosophy at the University of Ghana; Erica Charters Professor of Global History and Medicine and a historian of war, disease and empire at the University of Oxford, chaired by Angeliki Kerasidou. This is a public event and everyone is welcome. Book your tickets here!

View the event leaflet