Britain’s place in the world in 2018 – top three trends from the Wilton Park Advisory Council

Date:
7 February, 2018
Themes:
Conflict prevention, resolution and state building, Defence and security, Global economy, Human rights, good governance and faith, Multilateral institutions, key countries and regions, Sustainable development and the environment

The Wilton Park Advisory Council offer their views on priority issues for Britain in the coming year. Topics range wide but provide recurring themes of tech, inequality, the environment, SDGs and what happens after Brexit.

 

Contributors:

Peter Apps, Executive Director, PS21 (Project for the Study of the 21st Century)

Nicholas Colloff OBE, Executive Director, Argidius Foundation

Louise Harvey, OBE MVO, Chair, Strategic Communications, FTI Consulting

Sir Michael Leigh KCMG, Senior Fellow, German Marshall Fund of the United States

Rt Hon Baroness Northover, MA, PhD, PC, Liberal Democrats Parliamentary Spokesperson on International Development

Rt Hon Baroness Prosser, OBE, House of Lords

Dr Paola Subacchi, Research Director, International Economics, Chatham House

Andy Townend, Non Executive Director, Wilton Park Board; Chief Operating Officer (International), Inview Technology Limited

Owen Tudor, Head, European Union and International Relations Department, Trades Union Congress (TUC)

Rob van den Burg, President, International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS)

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