The Clore Duffield Foundation is a grant-making organisation which concentrates its support on education, the arts, museum and gallery education, leadership training, health and social care and enhancing Jewish life. The Foundation sponsors OIA's Clore Programme of Population Dynamics.
The goal of the School is to formulate new concepts, policies and technologies that will make the future a better place to be.
Life Sciences Research Partners was founded by Emeritus Professor Désiré Collen in 1988. The purpose of Life Sciences Research Partners is to carry out, promote and support scientific research in general and biomedical and biotechnological research in particular.
The Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food is an interdisciplinary programme of research and policy engagement concerning all aspects of the food system, based at the University of Oxford.
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The Sir William Beveridge Foundation is a UK-based international charity that seeks to address the problems that come with pervasive and grinding poverty.
In 2005 HSBC published the results of its first global survey, The Future of Retirement in a World of Rising Life Expectancies. That survey covered 11,000 adults (aged 18 and over) in ten countries and territories across four continents.
The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation is a charitable foundation established in Portugal in 1956 with cultural, educational, social and scientific interests.
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