Innovative financing for accelerating and strengthening the scale up of digital health systems
Tuesday 5 June | WP1629 (Washington DC)
This was the second event in our ‘Technology, Innovation and Global Health’ series, which focused on the opportunities of innovation and technology to improve the health of populations across the globe.
No more missed opportunities: advancing public-private partnerships to achieve the global nutrition goals
Monday 2 – Tuesday 3 October 2017 | WP1565 (to be held in New York)
Image: Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)
Convening leaders from government, business and other key stakeholders to kick-off a new era of constructive partnership, this high level meeting seeks to support the accelerated achievement of the global nutrition goals.
Modern Deterrence, Roundtable 1: Building credibility through strategy, capability and activity
Wednesday 22 March 2017 (held in Washington DC)
Assurance for safe medicines and health products: protecting public health through unified global action
Monday 13 – Wednesday 15 February 2017 | WP1528 (held in Abuja, Nigeria)
Image: Susan Elden/DFID
Bringing together stakeholders, including the largest health financing institutions, working to increase good governance and transparency through supply chain strengthening and risk assurance to protect public health.
Report (French translation)
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Mitigating risk in cyberspace: improving international cyber norms and security
Thursday 15 – Friday 16 September 2016 | WP1512 (to be held in Queenstown, Maryland)
This event will convene leading private and public sector experts to assess best approaches for the further development of international norms for behaviour in the cyber realm and to make actionable policy recommendations for US and partner nations in the pursuit of a more stable and responsible set of cyber norms. It will aim to: identify most critical areas needing further attention; achieve more clarity and consensus around most urgent issues; and articulate next steps and best approaches to addressing most pressing concerns.
16 May 2016
We partnered with the German Marshall Fund to host a private round table discussion on the EU referendum. Panellists Richard Burge and Sir Michael Leigh participated and chaired the discussion amongst the 30 participants who attended the event.
Brookings CUSE 2016 conference: the future of the UK in Europe
Friday 6 May 2016 | WP1491
We partnered with the Center on the United States and Europe (CUSE) at Brookings, and the Heinrich Böll Foundation North America in a Changing Europe Initiative for a discussion assessing the implications of the UK’s EU 23 June referendum.
Iran Panel Discussion
60 people attended a panel discussion on Iran, in partnership with the Atlantic Council, International Student House, and University of St Andrews Institute for Iranian Studies.
We also hosted a cross-section of government, defence, security, and consultancy individuals alongside the International Institute for Strategic Studies to discuss the prominent issues within the region.