International trade and investment policy: where do we go from here?
Chair: The Rt Hon. Lord Brittan of Spennithorne QC

17-19 January 2013


Problems in the Western Balkans: settled or dormant?
Chair: The Rt Hon. Baroness Neville-Jones of Hutton Roof DCMG

7-9 February 2013


Is serious journalism still possible?
Chair: Sir Peter Stothard

28 February - 2 March 2013


Beyond the eurozone crisis: the EU and the wider world
Chair: Sir John Holmes GCVO, KBE, CMG
A one day mini-conference in Berlin hosted with the British Embassy *

13 March 2013


Indonesia: the other Asian giant
Chair: Lord Williams of Baglan
In partnership with Chatham House

21 - 23 March 2013


States and markets: where are the boundaries?
Chair: Sir Richard Lambert

18 - 20 April 2013


Protecting civilians in armed conflict
Chair: The Rt Hon. Baroness Amos
In partnership with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) *

16-18 May 2013


The future of Scotland: international implications and comparisons
Chair: Sir Emyr Jones Parry GCMG

6-8 June 2013


 Ditchley Foundation  Annual Lecture XLIX
'After "The decade of war"'
Delivered by The Rt Hon. David Miliband

13 July 2013


Ensuring a responsible financial sector
Chair: The Hon. Jim Flaherty, PC, MP
In partnership with Canadian Ditchley *

20-22 September 2013


Germany's role in the EU
Chair: Ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger
Co-sponsored by Deutsche Bank and the Foreign & Commonwealth Office *

24-26 October 2013


Urbanisation: the century of cities
Chair: Professor Tony Travers

21-23 November 2013


Japan's regional and global future
Chair: Sir Stephen Gomersall KCMG
Co-sponsored by The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation *

12-14 December 2013

* 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.