Meet world renowned international development experts from the University of Cambridge, NGO's and Think Tanks followed by attendance at a public lecture on the Future of the United Nations by Lord Mark Malloch Brown, chaired by Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP.
The workshop, hosted in the historic surroundings of Trinity College, will be on "The Rising Power of China in International Development" and will discuss the Chinese way of doing development business as the country boosts its trade and investment based on the policy framework of the "One Belt, One Road Initiative".
Our workshop leader is Dr Nazia Mintz Habib, Director of Research for the Resilience and Sustainable Development Programme at the Centre for Rising Powers (CRP) of the University of Cambridge. Nazia is the author of "Biofuels, Food Security, and Developing Economies", and prior to joining Cambridge, she was a Sustainability Science Fellow at Harvard and a policy advisor with multiple UN agencies where she focused on sustainable development and policy innovation strategies in developing countries.
Panellists will include Dr K C Lin, Executive Director of the CRP and a University lecturer in Politics where his research focuses on the politics of market reform in developing countries. Other Cambridge academics will feature on the panel, alongside China development expert Jessica Toale, Executive Director of the Centre for Development Results and Tom Cargill, Executive Director of the British Foreign Policy Group.
Please arrive at Trinity College from 1300 for refreshments, with the workshop starting at 1400. The "Future of the UN" lecture will start at 1600 in the Old Combination Room at Trinity College, finishing by 1745, after which there will be networking over drinks and canapes.
Members: £95+VAT. Non-members: £250+VAT