William Hague oversees signing of partnership agreement with Brazil

News - 18 February, 2014

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed today by Ambassador Sérgio Eduardo Moreira Lima, President of The Fundação Alexandre de Gusmão of the Federative Republic of Brazil (FUNAG), and Wilton Park, represented by the British Ambassador to Brazil, Alex Ellis. The MoU launches a joint agreement for establishing a long term relationship between Wilton Park […]

Realising the potential of the internet

News - 1 May, 2013

Twenty years ago, Tim Berners-Lee founder of the world wide web, handed the concept over for CERN to put it into the public domain. The founding vision of this innovative and dynamic concept was for it to be open and free for all to use and access and a way of democratising information. Realising the […]

Cyberspace: what is internet freedom?

News - 1 November, 2011

The Rt Hon William Hague MP and host to the recent ‘London Conference on Cyberspace’ opened our panel discussion on internet freedom comprising 90 minutes of dialogue on freedom of speech over the internet. Panel discussion on Internet freedom, hosted by Wilton Park on Tuesday 1 November (WP1149) Within just over a decade cyberspace has […]

Minister of State for Security and Counter-Terrorism speaks at Wilton Park

News - 1 February, 2011

During January, Minister of State for Security and Counter-Terrorism, Baroness Neville Jones spoke at Wilton Park on tackling online jihad. The speech, in full, can be read below:   “Ladies and Gentlemen it is a real pleasure to be at a Wilton Park conference with such a distinguished international audience. The theme of this conference […]