Memorandum of Understanding between Wilton Park and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia

News - 30 October, 2017

The Acting Chief Executive of Wilton Park, Myles Wickstead CBE, and the Georgian Minister of Foreign Affairs, HE Mr Mikheil Janelidze, met at Lancaster House on Monday 23 October 2017 to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the presence of HE Ms Tamar Beruchashvili, Ambassador of Georgia to the UK and HE Mr Justin McKenzie Smith, Ambassador of the UK to Georgia. The MoU sets out the joint objective of establishing a long term relationship and cooperation between Wilton Park and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs across a wide range of national and international policy issues.

FCO Emerging Powers Fund: bringing diversity to Wilton Park conferences

News - 4 June, 2014

With the help of the Emerging Powers (EP) Fund, we have drawn a huge range of speakers and participants from countries across Asia, Africa and Latin America to our conferences in 2013 and 2014. Critical to dialogue on The future of power: implications for global actors by 2040, funding to gather participants from Brazil, Chile, Mexico, […]

World Radio Day – enhancing global dialogue

News - 13 February, 2014

13 February is UNESCO’s World Radio Day and is a time to reflect on the importance of the radio in furthering communication throughout the world. The particular focus this year is on promoting gender equality, both in the production of radio programmes and through spreading a message of inclusion through their content. The changing nature […]

Partnership agreement signed with the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

News - 11 September, 2012

At our first conference held in Indonesia, we signed an agreement with the Centre for Policy Analysis and Development of the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to work together in convening international discussion events. Indonesia’s economic development: contributing to a sustainable growth pattern Tuesday 11 – Thursday 13 September 2012 (WP1152) Indonesian policy makers and […]

Luxembourg Foreign Minister on international governance reform

News - 6 July, 2011

Speaking at our first meeting to be held in Luxembourg, on the topic ‘Reforming international governance?’, Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn argued the case for multilateralism and gradual reform of international institutions.   Reforming international governance? Wednesday 15 – Friday 17 June 2011 (WP1112) There is broad agreement that challenges of globalisation require changes in global […]

Former UN Deputy Secretary-General and senior diplomats meet to discuss reforming international governance

News - 17 May, 2011

Faced with increasingly complex transnational challenges, effective and legitimate international institutions are needed for multilateral cooperation and global governance.  How can reforms best respond to contemporary geo-political realities?   Reforming international governance? Wednesday 15 – Friday 17 June 2011, to be held in Luxembourg (WP1112) Louise Fréchette, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations between 1998 […]

UN Africa Industrialisation Day is 20th November. Our work on Africa

News - 17 November, 2010

Over 30 of the world’s 48 least developed countries are in Africa. 2010 is an important year for Africa and development work with the review of Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s). Five years after the Commission for Africa Report, a Wilton Park conference addressed Millennium Development Goals (MDG) progress and the inter-relationships between governance, peace and […]