Ditchley Conferences 2011

Small arms: is control possible?
Chair: Sir Kevin Tebbitt KCB CMG

13 - 15 January 2011

Democracy and the power of the individual
Chair: Lord Bichard of Nailsworth KCB 

3 - 5 February 2011

The prospects for Mexico
Chair:  The Honourable A. Anne McLellan PC OC

3-5 March 2011

Fiscal policy and the imperative for growth
Chair: Ms Rachel Lomax
In partnership with Canadian Ditchley *

24-26 March 2011


Who holds the power in Europe?
Chair: Sir John Grant KCMG

7-9 April 2011

The impact of ageing on developed economies
Chair: Baroness Greengross of Notting Hill OBE

12-14 May 2011

When and how will Africa take off?
Chair: His Excellency Dr Mohamed Ibn Chambas

9-11 June 2011

 Ditchley Foundation Annual Lecture XLVII
The Changing Face of Government
Delivered by The Rt Hon Sir John Major, KG, CH

9 July 2011

9/11: The world ten years on 
Chair: Professor Joseph Nye Jr  
In partnership with American Ditchley *

15-17 September 2011


Cyber Security; finding international responses
Chair: Professor Sir David Omand GCB
In partnership with The EastWest Institute *

29 September - 1 October 2011


The future of hydrocarbons as a global energy source
Chair: The Honourable John Manley PC, OC 
In partnership with Canadian Ditchley *

21-23 October 2011


The Central Asian republics and their international partners
Chair: Ambassador Pierre Morel

3-5 November 2011

Change in the Middle East and North Africa
Chair: Professor Nicholas Burns
In partnership with The Open Society Foundations *

17-19 November 2011

* The Ditchley Foundation actively seeks financial support from other organisations sympathetic to the Foundation’s aims and objectives.  Any such funding is accepted on the basis that the sponsor or funding institution gains no influence over the direction of the conference programme or individual conferences, though their support will be fully acknowledged in appropriate ways.