The power of tertiary education – Nina Pels

News - 29 May, 2018

In March, we convened a two day meeting on maximising the power of tertiary education for global good. We invited two Chevening Scholars, two Commonwealth Scholars and one Marshall Scholar to share their personal reflections and journeys through education.

The power of tertiary education – Nancy Fairbank

News - 22 May, 2018

In March, we convened a two day meeting on maximising the power of tertiary education for global good. We invited two Chevening Scholars, two Commonwealth Scholars and one Marshall Scholar to share their personal reflections and journeys through education.

The power of tertiary education – Nadya Subramaniam

News - 15 May, 2018

In March, we convened a two day meeting on maximising the power of tertiary education for global good. We invited two Chevening Scholars, two Commonwealth Scholars and one Marshall Scholar to share their personal reflections and journeys through education.

The power of tertiary education – Fernanda Acosta

News - 8 May, 2018

In March, we convened a two day meeting on maximising the power of tertiary education for global good. We invited two Chevening Scholars, two Commonwealth Scholars and one Marshall Scholar to share their personal reflections and journeys through education. Fernanda Acosta writes:

The power of tertiary education – Eunice Rukondo

News - 30 April, 2018

In March, we convened a two day meeting on maximising the power of tertiary education for global good. We invited two Chevening Scholars, two Commonwealth Scholars and one Marshall Scholar to share their personal reflections and journeys through education. Eunice Rukondo writes:

Breaking the corruption chain

News - 9 December, 2015

International Anti-Corruption Day It is the opponent of the 2013 Lough Erne legacy, the buzzword of international footballing scandals, and a plague to the successful functioning of society worldwide: corruption. The concept itself is notoriously difficult to define; there does not seem to be any one example of corruption, but there are certainly a variety […]

International Day of Sport for Development and Peace

News - 6 April, 2015

Today marks the second annual International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, a UN-sponsored awareness day to celebrate the role and contribution of sport and physical activity to education, human development, healthy lifestyles and a peaceful world. With the 2015 target for reaching the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), it is a crucial year. In […]

Emerging space economies conference garners attention from BBC World Service and coincides with the launch of British satellites

News - 10 July, 2014

The BBC World Service stopped in at Wilton Park today to listen in on discussions at our conference. Emerging space economies: next steps towards prosperity Wednesday 9 July – Friday 11 July 2014 (wp1346) A team from In the Balance – a business discussion programme for the Service, interviewed key international participants in the conference, […]

Reducing disaster risk in the Horn of Africa

News - 22 January, 2014

We continue our portfolio of work on disaster risk reduction by facilitating a regional discussion in Nairobi for the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD). The meeting will discuss the enhanced use of technology to mitigate disaster risk in the Horn of Africa. Strengthening technological capacities and information access for improving disaster risk reduction in the […]

Wilton Park in 2014 – what does power mean in the modern world?

News - 17 January, 2014

We start the year by considering the future of power and the challenges of modern diplomacy and policy planning – a theme which continues throughout our conferences in the first part of the year. We began by looking at how power is defined in the world today, how this concept is changing, and who will […]