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A new era: redefining the response to HIV in Europe (WP1418)

12 Feb 2016
This meeting was organised in partnership with the Global Health Group at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and Gilead Sciences. With some 15 million people now receiving HIV treatment the global community is more committed than ever to achieving …


Wildlife crime and international security: strengthening law enforcement (WP1423)

25 Jan 2016
Worth around £6 billion per year, wildlife crime is no longer limited to conservation within source countries, but has become an acute threat to national and transnational security. It poses a threat not only to the existence of a number …


Religion and development: making better policy to make a bigger difference in Africa (WP1400)

21 Jan 2016
Following on from our event on Religion, foreign policy and development in February 2014, this meeting aimed to focus on how development policies can be of the most benefit and long term impact across Africa. This follow up conference aimed …


Implementing Africa’s maritime security strategies (WP1407)

13 Jan 2016
This Wilton Park/Institute for Security Studies event examined African maritime security capacity and strategies, at a time when there is serious international interest to contribute further to African-led efforts to secure this ‘blue economy’. Countries in Africa depend heavily on …


Responding to the evolving drugs challenge: towards UNGASS 2016 (WP1434)

13 Jan 2016
This off-the-record roundtable meeting brought together interested member states and other qualified experts to debate some of the key drugs policy issues in the lead up to UNGASS 2016. It provided a structured forum for open and frank discussion on drugs policy …


Human rights and mega sporting events (WP1428)

12 Jan 2016
Mega Sporting Events (MSEs) shine a spotlight on human rights challenges in host countries, and on the human rights performance of the companies and sponsors involved in delivering the events. Indeed, the life cycle of MSEs is a microcosm of …


Promoting women’s political and economic engagement: ambition for the future (WP1439)

22 Dec 2015
Female participation in political and economic spheres is a critical yet largely undervalued resource. Encouraging the next generation of women to engage with traditionally male-dominated institutions, organisations and structures could have significant impact on stability and prosperity in fragile, developing …


The migration challenge: tackling root causes (WP1427)

21 Dec 2015
Migration into Europe is not a new phenomenon. However, the recent deaths of thousands of men, women and children in the Mediterranean have brought migration policy and practice to the fore of public and political attention. In addition to the …


Malaria elimination in Asia Pacific and Southern Africa: political leadership and sustained financing (WP1390)

16 Dec 2015
In partnership with The Global Health Group at the University of California, San Francisco The world has made great strides in the control and elimination of malaria. Roughly half the countries in the world have eliminated the disease. Of the …


Compliance with the BTWC: strategies towards the 2016 Review Conference (WP1416)

26 Nov 2015
This dialogue assessed how to construct consensus on possible concrete measures to promote compliance with the Biological & Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC), how consensus on such measures might be constructed before the 2016 BTWC Review, and how they could be …


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