Past Programme 2000

Chair:  Sir John Weston KCMG

14-16 January 2000


Fisheries: managing international common resources
Chair: Professor Sir John Krebs FRS

11-13 February 2000


Devolution and subsidiarity: relationships between central and next-lower levels of national government
Chair: Lord Butler of Brockwell GCB CVO

25-27 February 2000


International action on illegal drugs
Chair:  Mr Keith Hellawell QPM

10-12 March 2000


The international impact and accountability of NGOs
Chair:  The Hon Sara Morrison

5-7 May 2000


Making multicultural societies work
Chair: Baroness Usha Prashar CBE

19-21 May 2000


Restorative justice and other new penal patterns
Chair: Lord Warner

23-25 June 2000


Ditchley Foundation Lecture XXXVII
The Human Consequences of the Information Revolution
Delivered by Hon James H Billington, The Librarian of Congress

7 July 2000


The defence industrial base: European rationalisation and transatlantic cooperation
Chair: The Rt Hon Sir Malcolm Rifkind KCMG QC
(in association with BAE Systems)

22-24 September 2000


The new Luddites? International and national concerns about biotechnology and its true worth
Chair: Dr John Ashworth
(with the Royal Agricultural Society of England)

6-8 October 2000


The European Union's Common Foreign, Security and Defence Policy: aspiration or reality?
Chair: Sir Michael Alexander GCMG

20-22 October 2000


The euro and other currency areas: performance and prospects
Chair: The Rt Hon The Lord Brittan of Spennithorne QC

17-19 November 2000


e-Commerce: its effect on business and government
Chair: Ms Mary A Tolan
(in association with Andersen Consulting)

1-3 December 2000