Events

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Past Events

April

April 29, 2014:
Delivery of advanced seminar on Science, Technology, Diplomacy and International Policy
April 22-29, 2014:
Diplomatic Academy of Vienna
Vienna, Austria

November

November 11, 2013:
Delivery of lecture series on best practices in diplomacy
November 11 – 15th, 2013:
Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

July

July 17, 2013:
Guest lecture on "Public Diplomacy"
Ottawa University graduate seminar on Political Communications
19:30, Desmarais Building, Room 11-164
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario

May

May 22, 2013:
16th Dubrovnik Diplomatic Forum, Croatia
May 22-25, 2013:
Presentations and workshops
16th Dubrovnik Diplomatic Forum, Croatia.
Centre for Advanced Academic Studies, Dubrovnik, Croatia

May 17, 2013:
Conference: La diplomatie au coeur des turbulences internationales – hosted by the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium
Presentation of paper entitled "Diplomacy, Globalization and Heteropolarity: The Challenge of Adaptation"
Conference Link
Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium

April

April 3, 2013:
International Studies Association Annual Conference
April 03 – 06, 2013:
Various panel and round table presentations.
International Studies Association Annual Conference
San Francisco, California

January

January 7, 2013:
Delivery of course on "Science, Technology, Diplomacy and International Policy"
Jan. 7th – Feb. 26th, 2013:
Delivery of course on "Science, Technology, Diplomacy and International Policy"
Otago University Summer School, Dunedin, New Zealand

October

October 30, 2012:
The London Workshop on Studies of Governance of STI for Global Challenges – Royal Society
Workshop on studies of governance of Science, Technology and Innovation for Global Challenges. Known as ‘STIG’, the project is one of the first systematic attempts to look both at the empirical conduct and governance of multilateral research and innovation initiatives.
Location – South Kensington, Campus of Imperial College, London
Programme (PDF)

October 29, 2012:
PolicyLab Discussion – Meeting the Challenge: Science, Technology and Multilateral Collaboration
Some of the most pressing questions for public policy globally – climate change, food, water and energy security, global health – will require science and innovation led responses, where multilateral collaboration will be crucial. Yet although collaboration is widespread, there is little understanding of its extent, financing and governance. The Royal Society’s work on global scientific networks (Knowledge, networks and nations) has opened up debates in this field. A recent OECD-based project on International Co-operation on Science, Technology and Innovation for Global Challenges (STIG), is a further, in depth, attempt to look at issues in multilateral governance on an empirical basis. Its report, Meeting Global Challenges through Better Governance, has just been published.

This PolicyLab will consider the role of science and innovation in addressing global challenges, including how scientists are organised, and organise themselves, around these challenges, discuss best practice, and explore future directions.

Location – The Royal Society
The Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG

September

September 28, 2012:
Group of 78 Annual Foreign Policy Conference – Armed Intervention: Lessons from Afghanistan – 4:00 PM
Conference Link
September 28-30
Cartier Place Suite Hotel, 180 Cooper St.,
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Cartier Place Suite Hotel, 180 Cooper St., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

March

March 29, 2012:
Keynote Presentation & Participation in International Symposium on Heteropolarity
09:00 – 18:00, March 29th 2012
Keynote Presentation & Participation in International Symposium on Heteropolarity

March 28, 2012:
Annual Meeting of Advisory Board, London Academy of Diplomacy
12:00, March 28th 2012
London Academy of Diplomacy

March 26, 2012:
Meet Daryl Copeland@The Churchill – 11:00 PM
Debate on the challenges of contemporary diplomacy with Daryl Copeland. Diplomatic Press Attachés’ Association of London (DPAAL)
DPAAL Future events

Round Table Discussion – Dialogue With Islam
18:45 – 21:30, March 26 2012
Dialogue with Islam

March 22, 2012:
Public address to membership of Diplomatic Society
15:00 – 17:00, March 22nd 2012
Public address to membership of Diplomatic Society, Royal Holloway, University of London

March 21, 2012:
Round table discussion at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
15:00 – 16:30, March 21st 2012
Foreign and Commonwealth Office

March 12, 2012:
M.A. module on Science, Technology, Diplomacy and International Policy
March 12 to 23, 2012, London Academy of Diplomacy

October

October 20, 2011:
Round table discussion on diplomatic prospects with staff of U.S. Embassy, Ottawa – 5:00 PM
U.S. Embassy, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Contact: Kyle Malone Johnson, johnsonkem@state.gov

September

September 23, 2011:
Panel Discussion: The Libya Question – 12:15 AM
Panel Discussion – A conversation with: Daryl Copeland, Walter Dorn, and Peggy Mason
Canada’s military mission has been approved until October, but many questions remain unanswered about the UN’s goals, NATO’s operations, and the prospects for peace in Libya. Should Canada’s military mission continue, change, or cease altogether?
Rideau Institute Event Link and Poster
Free admission. Light refreshments will be served. Pre-registration requested at operations@rideauinstitute.ca by Wednesday, Sept 21, 2011. This Ottawa Out Front Speakers Series event is part of the 2011 Ottawa Peace Festival
Colonel By Room, Ottawa City Hall – 110 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, Ontario

July

July 8, 2011:
WikiLeaks and Cablegate: Implications for Diplomacy, International Relations and the Public Interest – 6:00 PM
WikiLeaks and Cablegate: Implications for Diplomacy, International Relations and the Public Interest
Presenter : Mr Daryl Copeland (Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, and author of Guerrilla Diplomacy (Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 2009))
Chair: Professor William Maley, Director, Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy, ANU
When: Friday 8 July, 11.00 am – 12.30 pm
Location: APCD Boardroom, First Floor, The Hedley Bull Centre, Building 130, The Australian National University, Canberra
Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy, Australian National University
The Hedley Bull Centre, Building 130, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

Seminar: WikiLeaks and Cablegate: Implications for Diplomacy, International Relations and the Public Interest
at Australian National University, Canberra
Contact: William Maley william.maley@anu.edu.au

July 5, 2011:
Address to Auckland Branch – 1:00 AM
Address to Auckland Branch, Clock Tower Building, 22 Princes St., LT 032, 6.00pm-7.30pm
Contact Jian Yang j.yang@auckland.ac.nz
Mob. 021 170 8358

June

June 30, 2011:
Addresses to Hawkes Bay branches, midday in Havelock North and early evening in Taradale
Contact: Ken Aldred 64 6 834-3934 (w) 64 6 836 6914 (h)
Ken.aldred@xtra.co.nz
Mob. 021 187 2677

June 29, 2011:
Address to Palmerston North Branch, International Pacific College – 8:30 PM
57 Aokautere Drive
Contact James To, Mob. 021 341 464 jto@ipc.ac.nz

June 28, 2011:
Meetings with senior officials – Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Town Hall
Wellington program


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