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Steyning, England, UK  ·  Through quiet and discreet dialogues between 3000 people from 130 nations each year, we are the place of safety for the fragile hopes of an uncertain world
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Continuing the discussion for future generations - our fascinating dialogue on the Big Bang and the interfaces of knowledge which brought science, knowledge and faith together to help find out more about the world that we live in!

Continuing the discussion for future generations - our fascinating dialogue on the Big Bang and the interfaces of knowledge which brought science, knowledge and faith together to help find out more about the world that we live in!

Higher education, post-graduate and professional development was a concern to discuss at Wilton Park in March 2016 as to whether there were effective scholarship themes based on specific studied fields and specialist themes. How does this create an impact on individuals, organisations and nations?

International scholarships: the case for investment, and how to ensure impact

This conference was held to find outcomes and to discuss policymaking changes so that WTO can meet their objectives. What lessons can be learnt here?

WTO aim to remain the heart of global trade negotiations. What are the key factors for WTOs progression to stay in this position?

In Jamaica, February 2016, a conference was held to discuss ideas and themes that were identified as well as the visions and future directions possible to tackle challenges such as; growth, security and fiscal management as well as issues arising from climate change.

Caribbean 2030 – new thinking for a new generation II: innovation and entrepreneurship

The WTO is in a pivitol moment in its history, being the driver of global trade ambitions. What have WTO done well to get this far?

Unlocking the potential for the World Trade Organisation to deliver modern trade deals

This conference brought together people from the UK government and partners in the academic and private sectors to find out what they thought about international scholarships and the benefits they bring!

International scholarships: the case for investment, and how to ensure impact

The idea of sharing expertise, ideas and potential solutions may help the Caribbean to provide wider and better opportunities to face and solve the issues related to their nation, especially economic-related problems. What are the next potential steps?

Caribbean 2030 – new thinking for a new generation II: innovation and entrepreneurship

WTO aim to remain the heart of global trade negotiations. What are the key factors for WTOs progression to stay in this position?

This conference was held to find outcomes and to discuss policymaking changes so that WTO can meet their objectives. What lessons can be learnt here?

The task of turning young leaders aspirations into actions meant focusing on the real issues facing the Caribbean, such as; What is getting in the way to stop progression and what issues need resolving first?

Caribbean 2030 – new thinking for a new generation II: innovation and entrepreneurship