Past Programme 1986

Restructuring problems of the western industrialized countries: can they be harmoniously managed?
Chair: Sir Arthur Knight

24-26 January 1986


Northern Ireland
Co-Chair: Sir Reginald Hibbert & Sir Robert Armstrong

21-23 February 1986


Nationalism in more than politics: cement or corrosive?
Chair: Mr Brian Urquhart MBE

21-23 March 1986


The emerging political and economic roles of the leading south American nations and the likely impact on the international scene
Chair: The Rt Hon the Lord Chalfont OBE MC PC

4-6 April 1986


How should planning and resource allocation be managed in the fields of science and technology?
Chair: Sir John Kingman FRS

18-20 April 1986


Divided Germany and the future of Europe
Chair: Sir Nicholas Henderson GCMG

9-11 May 1986


East-west relations with the new men in Moscow
Chair: The Rt Hon James Callaghan, MP

6-8 June 1986


Modern penal policy in the light of shifting public opinion
Chair: The Rt Hon the Lord Windlesham CVO PC

20-22 June 1986


The Ditchley Foundation Annual Lecture XXIII
Japan's Role from the Global Perspective
Delivered by Ambassador Yoshio Okawara

11 July 1987


The defence of the West: the future of NATO in an era of emerging technologies and diverging interests.
Joint conference with the Southern Center for International Studies, Atlanta, GA.
Chair: Sir Oliver Wright GCMG GCVO DSC

12-14 September 1986


International problems of supply and demand in agriculture: feeding the people, preserving rural structures and farming communities and ensuring freedom of trade.
Chair: The Rt Hon the Lord Walston CVO DCL JP

17-19 October 1986


Coping with ethnic pluralism in advanced western societies
Chair: The Rt Hon the Lord Grimond TD PC

31 October - 2 November 1986


How should business managers be educated?
Chair: Sir Ian MacGregor

14-16 November 1986


Capital market developments and financial stability
A joint conference with the Graduate School of Business of the University of Chicago
Chair: Sir Jeremy Morse KCMG

5-7 December 1986