Past Programme 2002

Ageing populations in developed countries - implications for pension provision
Chair: Mr Jonathan Bloomer
(in association with Prudential plc)

11-13 January 2002


The role of the United Nations in the 21st Century: Peacekeeping and the Security Council
Chair: Lord Hannay of Chiswick GCMG

25-27 January 2002


Prospects in the Middle East
Chair: Dr Rita E Hauser

8-10 February 2002


The WTO round: more free trade or reverse?
Chair: The Hon Roy MacLaren PC

22-24 March 2002


11th September 2001: what long term impact?
Chair: The Rt Hon Sir Malcolm Rifkind KCMG QC

12-14 April 2002


Health as Foreign Policy
Co-Chairs: Sir Maurice Shock and Dr David M Lawrence


26-28 April 2002


Inherited poverty in developed countries: how to break the cycle?
Chair: The Rt Hon Frank Field MP

10-12 May 2002


The European Union: Enlargement
Chair: Lord Tugendhat

24-26 May 2002


Globalisation: what to do about losers?
Chair: Sir Mark Moody-Stuart

21-23 June 2002


Ditchley Foundation Annual Lecture XXXVIII
Refugees in a globalized world
Delivered by HE Ruud Lubbers

5 July 2002


Prospects for southern Africa
Chair:  The Rt Hon the Baroness Chalker of Wallasey

20-22 September 2002


Civil Society: Young people and citizenship
Chair: Baroness Howe of Idlicote


4-6 October 2002


Civil Society: The role of Philanthropy
Chair: The Hon John Brademas

8-10 November 2002


Solutions to new global challenges: thinking the unthinkable
Chair: Sir Crispin Tickell GCMG KCVO
(in memory of The Hon Cyrus Vance KBE)

6-8 December 2002