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Storms over Noosa

UK Foreign Secretary announces joint Wilton Park Forum with New Zealand

At last week’s Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in London, UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson announced a Wilton Park Forum on the impacts of climate change in the Pacific. The event will be held in December 2018, and will be co-hosted with the government of New Zealand.

Maintaining human rights in the mainstream

Wilton Park’s Chief Executive Richard Burge was part of a panel launching the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s Human Rights and Democracy Report.

People displaying a Cree offering in front of a Liriodendron tulipifera tulip tree at Wilton Park

Cree offering ceremony

Earlier this year, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) ran one of a series of their International Leaders Programmes which are supported by Wilton Park.

Britain and Germany 25 years of finding emerging leaders

  Robin Hart, Director for Programmes, writes: Each year Wilton Park plays a part to examine how Britain and Germany can…

If we are so discreet, what on earth can we blog about?

Richard Burge, Chief Executive, writes: Welcome to the Wilton Park blog Three times a week, we…

Minister of State, Damian Green, announces UK’s aim of reducing net migration from outside Europe

Migration is a global phenomenon that poses enormous challenges for sending and receiving countries.   Managing migration: challenges and opportunities? Monday 28 June 2010 (WP1038) In…