The Alumni Festival will take place online again this year from Friday 24 September until Tuesday 28 September offering a combination of talks, live discussions, lectures and virtual tours. Bookings will open today at 12.00 pm BST. Reserve your virtual seats here.

Alison Young, the Sir David Williams Professor of Public Law at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Robinson College will talk about the pressure that the power struggle between Westminster and Whitehall is putting on the UK constitution during her talk on Monday 27 September at 6.00 pm (till 6.50 pm BST) as part of the University of Cambridge Alumni Festival. Save that date and join the talk. You can reserve your virtual seat here.

Join Robinson Alumna Dr Tanya Filer (MML, 2004) for a talk “How should a government be? The new levers of state power” on Monday 27 September from 9.00 am to 9.50 am BST. Dr Filer and her co-speakers will look at the changing behaviours of the governments across the globe during the pandemic to offer their citizens a change faster and cheaper. Book your place here.

More information about the Alumni Festival and its full programme can be accessed here. will take place online from Friday 24 September until Tuesday 28 September. Book your place here.