British German Forum

British German Forum

British German Forum alumni discuss Brexit

Wilton Park was pleased to help facilitate a discussion on Brexit in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London last week. The event was organised by Bridge International Dialogue (Bridge ID), a forum created by alumni of the Wilton Park British German Forum (BGF).

Commemorative tree planting to celebrate 70 years

Wilton Park was established as a forum for global dialogue 70 years ago and has been proud to call Wiston House its home for 65 years.

World Cup victory sets UK and German ‘high fliers’ in high spirits for a successful 29th British German Forum

Wilton Park’s 29th British German Forum convened 50 ‘high fliers’ from Germany and Britain, aged between 25 and 35 to discuss ‘A smarter Europe: cooperation,…

2013: a year in review

  This timeline looks back at some of the major events that took place in 2013.   February On…

The British German Forum 2013
The European Union: EUseful or EUseless?

Three and a half days’ excellent discussion threw into sharper relief the strength of the British-German bilateral relationship and highlighted the common concerns and interests…

Young British and German high-flyers discuss the future of Europe at British-German Forum

Gary Wilton, Archbishop of Canterbury’s Representative to the EU and Canon of the Pro-Cathedral of Holy Trinity writes: The 28th British German Forum discusses…

‘Young leaders’ play it out on the football pitch

As the sun began to shine during the annual British German Forum, young Britons and Germans, considered to be potential ‘future leaders’, played a highly…

Nominations now open for British German forum ‘leaders of the future’ (aged 25-35 years)

This annual conference looks at how Britain and Germany deliver on their promises in an uncertain world, exploring the current and future drivers of global…

Celebrating the 25th British German Forum

Established by Chancellor Kohl and Margaret Thatcher in 1985 the Forum brings together each year a group of up to 50 “high fliers” from Germany…