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

News - 22 July, 2013

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 that Britain and Germany share in the European project. British German Forum The future of Europe: relevance and effectiveness in the 21st century? Sunday 14 – Thursday 18 July 2013 […]

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

News - 15 July, 2013

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 the changing dynamics of British and German engagement in Europe. Participants explore to what extent British and German citizens might view the European ‘project’ differently and how they foresee its future. British-German […]

Advancing women’s participation in peacebuilding: what are the next steps in implementation?

News - 27 March, 2013

UN Security Council resolution 1325 on women, peace and security, and the UN’s recent 7-point action plan on Women’s Participation in Peacebuilding, provide a strong policy framework. To what extent has policy translated into concrete action?   Women in peacebuilding Monday 18 – Wednesday 20 March 2013 (WP1191) Policy makers and practitioners from around the […]

Nobel Peace Prize 2011: our work with Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Leymah Gbowee

News - 11 October, 2011

  You will no doubt already know that three great individuals shared this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. The award was in recognition of their ‘non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women’s rights to full participation in peace-building work’. Wilton Park’s own work to engender open dialogue on the important and urgent matters […]

Lakhdar Brahimi keynote speaker at ‘Conflict diplomacy’ conference

News - 1 February, 2011

The art of the possible: Conflict diplomacy in an era of new global challenges”, will address how conflict diplomacy should adapt to a changing, globalised world.  Lakhdar Brahimi, a member of The Elders, will be the after dinner speaker.   The art of the possible: conflict diplomacy in an era of new global challenges Friday […]

The challenge of justice and accountability

News - 9 July, 2010

Often considered one of the most vexing issues in peace negotiations. Known or suspected perpetrators of serious abuse may play a central role in the talks, and ending fighting may depend on their agreement. Negotiating Justice: The Challenge of Justice and Accountability in Peace Negotiations (WPS10/04) Monday 27th to Wednesday 29th September Many argue that […]

The challenge of justice and accountability

News - 9 July, 2010

Often considered one of the most vexing issues in peace negotiations. Known or suspected perpetrators of serious abuse may play a central role in the talks, and ending fighting may depend on their agreement.   Negotiating Justice: The Challenge of Justice and Accountability in Peace Negotiations Monday 27 – Wednesday 29 September (S10/04) Many argue that […]