Past Programme 1999

The role and running of museums
Chair: The Honorable William Luers

22-24 January 1999


Iran and Iraq: prospects and policies
Chair: The Lord Wright of Richmond GCMG
(with the RAND Corporation)

5-7 February 1999


Non-violent sanctions in the international system
Chair: The Rt Hon The Lord Howe of Aberavon CH QC

19-21 February 1999


The role of the family in public policy
Chair:  The Hon Sir Thomas Boyd-Carpenter KBE
(with Lloyds TSB Foundation for England and Wales)

19-21 March 1999


The management of world water resources
Chair: The Rt Hon Baroness Chalker of Wallasey PC

9-11 April 1999


Understanding, managing and presenting risk in public policy
Chair:  Professor John Ashworth

7-9 May 1999


Shaping US foreign policy today: national interest versus special interest
Chair:  Mr John E Rielly
(with the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations)

20-22 May 1999

The prospect for Russia as an international partner
Chair: Ambassador Dr Andreas Meyer-Landrut
(with SCIS, Atlanta)

11-13 June 1999

The instruments of international security in the 21st century
Chair: The Rt Hon Lord Hurd of Westwell CH CBE PC

25-27 June 1999

The Ditchley Foundation Annual Lecture XXXVI
Who Needs Art?
Delivered by Sir Richard Eyre

July 1999


Sir Nigel Broomfield becomes Director of The Ditchley Foundation

August 1999

Turkey's future path
Chair: The Honorable Morton I Abramowitz

24-26 September 1999

School age education: tasks, systems, performance
Chair: Mr Bernard Shapiro
(with the Canadian Ditchley Foundation)

1-3 October 1999

Managing global economic problems: public and private sector roles
Chair: Sir Jeremy Morse KCMG

15-17 October 1999

Fostering business enterprise: views on either side of the Atlantic
Chair: Sir Nicholas Goodison

29-31 October 1999

"Third Way" concepts in contemporary politics
Chair: The Lord Dahrendorf KBE FBA

19-21 November 1999

The management and repercussions of nuclear power
Chair: The Rt Hon John Gummer MP

3-5 December 1999