Past Programme 2004

Charity or Self-Interest: Motives Underlying our Approaches to Refugees and Immigrants
Chair: The Honorable Frederick D Barton

16-18 January 2004

Integrated Transport Policy: Necessity or impossibility?
Chair:  Mr Robert Kiley

30 January - 1 February 2004


India: A power for the 21st Century
Chair: Ambassador Thomas Pickering

13-15 February 2004

Biogenetics: The Impact of Advances on Politics and Society (in cooperation with the 21st Century Trust)
Chair: Professor Ronnie Dworkin

12-14 March 2004


Prisoner Reintegration: Its place in modern policing and correctional systems
Chair: The Hon Jeremy Travis

26-28 March 2004


Russia: a stable and prosperous partner?
Chair: Sir Rodric Braithwaite GCMG

23-25 April 2004


Germany in a new century
Chair: Professor Fritz Stern

11-13 June 2004


The Ditchley Foundation Annual Lecture XL
America and Europe: what is the role of soft power?
Delivered by The Honorable Joseph Nye, Dean of the Kennedy School at Harvard 1995-2004

2 July 2004


Sir Jeremy Greenstock becomes Director of The Ditchley Foundation

August 2004


The Practical Implications of Post-Conflict Peacebuilding for the International Community
Chair: Ambassador Lakhdar Brahimi

17-19 September 2004


The future direction of an enlarged Europe
Chair: Lord Kerr of Kinlochard GCMG

1-3 October 2004


China: a power for the 21st century
Chair: Sir John Boyd KCMG

29-31 October 2004


Political, social and economic change in the Middle East
Chair: Mr Mark Malloch Brown

12-14 November 2004