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One World Week Forum 2011

The One World Forum attracts high-profile speakers from across the world through a series of panel debates, with each speaker offering views on current issues, followed by an interactive session allowing the audience to debate what has been discussed. Forum is a platform for the exchange of ideas and ideologies, featuring leading luminaries from diverse professions, political spheres and academic disciplines. The One World Forum creates an opportunity to get new insights into the "hottest" issues affecting our world. Here, every attendant counts, every one of you has something to contribute.

The Future of Nuclear

14:58 Mon 12 Dec 2011

Prof David Webb, Dr Tony Razzell, Prof Steven Cowley, Dr Isaac Newton Acquah Snr and Olzhas Suleimenov discuss issues such as protests, controversial energy ministers, and a new nuclear energy plan.

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Feeding the Hunger

14:57 Mon 12 Dec 2011

Dr Chris Stevens, Dr Zoltan Tiba, Tony Begley and Jonathan Lingham will ask if the West is doing enough to help famished countries and explore the extent to which we 'Feed the Hunger'.

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Asia and the West: The New Frontier

14:55 Mon 12 Dec 2011

The World is changing and Asia seems to be at the pinnacle of this change, both economically and politically. We at One World Week seek to explore the finer aspects of the relationship Asian countries share with each other and with the Western World.

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The Forgotten Land: Latin America in Focus

14:54 Mon 12 Dec 2011

"Other parts of the world boom, or fail, or starve and in Europe we tend to know about it." So why is it so difficult to find out about and discuss Latin America and the Caribbean, a continent that contains extreme wealth as well as extreme poverty?

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Corporate Social Responsibilities: Keeping it Private

10:06 Fri 16 Dec 2011

Taken from the One World Week Forum 2011. Gavin McGillivram, Michael Smith, Melissa Powell and Richard Bernstein focus on the role of the private sector in poverty reduction.

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