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Dialogue of Cultures and Civilisations

Windsor Forum: How can multi-lateral institutions respond more effectively to crises of global security?

Project Period: Contact: Department: Programme: Theme:
24 Oct 2002 - 26 Oct 2002 Asia-Europe Foundation Governance & Economy Department Conference Series Governance & Human Rights



Venue:
Windsor (United Kingdom)

The New World Order Forum, `How can multi-lateral institutions respond more effectively to crises of global security?' took place in Windsor Castle from 24th-26th October, 2002 in LKondon, the United Kingdom and was the second of a four-part series.

The forum gathered 26 high profile participants from the governments, non-governmental organisations and think-tanks, securing the opportunity to address public policy issues, which focused on the global security efforts of three key international bodies, namely the UN, the EU and ARF (ASEAN Regional Forum). Amb. Vitthya Vejjajiva, then Chairman of the Board of Governors of ASEF, Wang Min, ASEF Governor for China, Amb. Delfin Colome, then Executive Director of ASEF, and Bertrand Fort, then Director of Intellectual Exchange were among the participants.

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