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Linking peace, stability and development: engaging new global actors in the debate (WP1275)

24 Feb 2015
Given the debate about a new framework for international development post-2015 and the growing global role of countries like China and Brazil, it is vital to understand the range of perspectives on the relationship between peace, stability and development. It …

EU programmes and action in fragile and conflict states: next steps for the comprehensive approach (WP1318)

4 Feb 2015
Our first comprehensive approach conference in December 2012 stimulated much of the thinking that has since guided the work of High Representative/Vice President Ashton, EEAS, the Commission and member states. This conference sought to build on the contents of the …

Measuring peace consolidation (WP1355)

14 Jan 2015
In association with the Centre for International Studies, University of Oxford, the Fafo Institute for Applied International Studies, Oslo, the Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre (NOREF), Oslo and the Folke Bernadotte Academy, Sandöverken.  With additional support from the British Academy, the …

Privacy, security and surveillance: tackling international dilemmas and dangers in the digital realm (WP1361)

14 Jan 2015
In partnership with the Institute for Human Rights and Business, and with support from Ericsson and the Government of Sweden. This roundtable meeting discussed ways in which to ensure safety and security, and protect privacy in the digital realm, particularly …

Disaster prevention, preparedness and response in Southeast Asia: maximising a gender-inclusive approach (WP1371)

8 Jan 2015
Through a highly participative program participants explored the unique indigenous and local knowledge and skills of women and men in preventing and responding to disasters and how this knowledge can be adapted and taken into account in response. This roundtable …

Women-led businesses: building a strong and sustainable economy (WP1362)

19 Dec 2014
Female participation in the economy is a critical yet undervalued resource. As entrepreneurship is a key driver of growth, encouraging women into developing and leading businesses across a range of sectors is vital to restoring the global economy. Greater participation …

Education: Macedonia 2015 (WP1378)

2 Dec 2014
Education reform is one of the key long term challenges for Macedonian society. Any overall education strategy will only be effective if implementation is based on a long term vision and is consulted and coordinated with the political elite of …

Emerging space economies: next steps towards prosperity (WP1346)

5 Nov 2014
With support from the Secure World Foundation. One of the only industries to have emerged from the financial crisis unscathed, the space industry is viewed as integral to a digital global economy. This conference brought together experts from developed and …

The Big Bang and the interfaces of knowledge: towards a common understanding of Truth? (WP1316)

21 Oct 2014
This conference proposed to continue a dialogue between science and religion by focusing on the nature and understanding of truth. This was a key theme identified during The Big Bang and the Interfaces of Knowledge: towards a common language? In …

British German Forum 2014
A smarter Europe: cooperation, competition and innovation in the 2020s (WP1320)

6 Oct 2014
The BGF has been an annual event since it was established by Chancellor Kohl and Margaret Thatcher in 1985. Organised by Wilton Park, the event convenes approximately 50 ‘high fliers’ from Germany and Britain between the ages of 25 and …

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