Wednesday 17 July 2013
Scarman House, Room 4, 9.15-15.30
Warwick Business School Teaching Centre, Room M1, 16.00-17.30
Another academic year nears its end, which means it is time for the annual GRP Global Governance symposium. You may remember the lively and productive discussions that we had in July 2012. If anything the 2013 offering will be even better!
The symposium will be a one-day affair on Wednesday, 17 July. From the programme you will see that the morning will include discussions of key initiatives that have made notable headway during the past year. These discussions will be kicked off by engaging people from practitioner circles, including the CEO of the Carnegie UK Trust and several civil society actors. In the afternoon we'll get advice on forthcoming grants opportunities as well as input regarding impact strategies.
At 4pm there is a GRP Global Governance keynote address from Anne-Marie Slaughter of Princeton University, who also served as head of policy planning in Hilary Clinton's State Department. Professor Slaughter has had major influence in both research and policy, for which she will be awarded an honorary doctorate in this summer's graduation ceremony. The keynote and reception that follows is open to all.
Scarman House, Meeting Room 4
8.30 Coffee and Registration
9.15 Welcome and Review of the GRP-GG 2012-13, Jan Aart Scholte
9.30 Crisis Leadership in Global Governance Discussant: Bob Jessop, Lancaster University
The Externalisation of EU Economic Governance
Global Labour Governance Discussant: Jason Heyes, University of Sheffield
14.00 GRP-GG Looking Forward: 2013-14 and Beyond
Warwick Business School teaching Centre, Lecture Theatre M1
16.00 Keynote: 'A Human Values Approach to Global Governance' by Professor Anne-Marie Slaughter, Princeton University
17.30 Reception, Warwick Business School Staff Lounge