Call for participants

The 6th Global China Dialogue (GCD VI)

Governance for World Peace

Date and time: Friday, 6th December 2019

  • 8:30-17:00, The Dialogue, The British Academy
  • 18:30-21:30, Reception, The UK Parliament (by invitation only)

The GCDs were conceived in 2014 as a series of seven annual events that would ideally culminate in proposals for the reform of global governance.

The sixth GCD (GCD VI) will be held in London on the 6th December 2019, and will be the last of the series to take place in the UK. The theme of the Dialogue will be Governance for World Peace. It will highlight crucial settings for the international cooperation that is required for reform to take place, based on the resolution of long-standing conflicts.

Keeping to the format of previous GCDs, GCD VI will have four panel sessions in one day, allowing short presentations and ample time for Q & A. Each session will have a balanced panel of one or two Chinese and two or three participants from the rest of the world. The GCD VI panels include:  

  • Mediation and peace-making in civil conflicts
  • Belt and Road and tension reduction between countries and cultures
  • China's role in multilateral peacekeeping
  • Civilizational values and the promotion of peace

Each presentation or discussion clearly involves a very different scenario, and each will conform to the Chinese ‘red line’: no interference in the internal affairs of another country. However, any reform of global governance inevitably calls for understanding of the internal affairs of other countries. This conundrum will be at the heart of the debates in the GCDs. 

The theme of the seventh GCD (GCD VII) is Reforming Global Governance. It will be co-organised with the Institute of Global Common Development, Tsinghua University, and will take place in Beijing in October 2020. 

Organizers

  • Global China Institute, UK
  • Centre for Applied Linguistics, University College London, UK
  • China Media Centre of the University of Westminster, UK

Languages: English and Chinese

Programme

8:30-9:00             Registration

9:00-10:10           Opening session
Chair: Professor Martin Albrow FAcSS, Honorary President of Global China Institute; Honorary Vice- President of the British Sociological Association, UK

9:00-9:20              Greetings (5 minutes each):

  • Minister MA Hui, the Chinese Embassy to the UK
  • Professor Lord Anthony Giddens, former Director of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), UK
  • Dr YU Hongjun, Vice-Chairman of the Chinese People's Association for Peace and Disarmament (CPAPD); Senior Specialist of Academy of Contemporary World and China Studies; Senior Consultant of the Beijing Belt & Road Cooperative Community (BRCC); Former Vice-Minister of the International Liaison Department of the CPC, China

9:20-10:00          Keynote speeches (20 minutes each):

  • The case for human security, Professor Mary Kaldor, Director of the Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit, Department of International Development, LSE
  • Community of Shared Future for Mankind: the road towards world peace, Professor XIE Lizhong, Director of Centre for Social Theory Studies, Peking University; Former Vice-President of Chinese Sociological Association, China; Chinese President of Global China Institute

10:00-10:05 Certificate presentations 

  • Presenting letters of appointment (Chinese President, Researchers, etc.)

10:05-10:10         Group photo

10:10-11:30         Panel I Mediation and peace-making in civil conflicts
Chair and discussant: Dr Hakan Seckinelgin, Associate Professor, Department of Social Policy, LSE; Editor in Chief of Journal of Civil Society
Speakers (10 minutes each):

  • Peacemaking and Justice-seeking: Competing or Complementary Goals? Dr Iavor Rangelov, Assistant Professorial Research Fellow at the Civil Society and Human Security Research Unit in the Department of International Development, LSE; Chairman of the Executive Board of the Humanitarian Law Centre in Belgrade and Co-Chair of the London Transitional Justice Network
  • Society building: peacemaking with Chinese characteristics, Professor LI Junfu, Deputy Head of Department of Sociology, School of Social Sciences, Beijing University of Technology, China; Visiting Fellow at University of Oxford
  • “Data traces” in the digital age – the case of Alibaba’s Sesame Credit, Dr Xiaobai Shen, Senior Lecturer in International and Chinese Business; East Asian Coordinator of the Institute for the Study of Science, Technology and Innovation (ISSTI), University of Edinburgh
  • Civic Protests and the Risks of Declaring Something a ‘Security’ Issue, Dr Olaf Corry, Assistant Professor at Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Discussion, Q&A

11:30-11:45         Coffee/tea break

11:45-12:55         Panel II Belt and Road and tension reduction between countries and cultures
Chair and discussant: Dr Joël Ruet, Chairman, The Bridge Tank, France
Speakers (10 minutes each):

  • Language diversity, ethnic identity, and nation building: approach in the Himalayas, Dr Nathan W. Hill, Senior Lecturer, Former Head of the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, SOAS, University of London
  • Prospects and challenges: the Belt and Road Initiative’s influence on countries along the southwestern boundaries and Taiwan, Professor Guo Dan, Former Director of Institute of Political Science, Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences. Deputy General Secretary, Chinese Association of Political Science, China
  • Saving the Hindu Kush – Himalayas, Mr Harish Kohli, Founder and CEO of Awimaway.com luxury adventure travel company, author of Across the Frozen Himalaya
  • One Belt, One Road, One (warming) World: climate change knowledge and the future of long-distance infrastructure developments, Dr Martin Mills, Senior Lecturer in Anthropology, University of Aberdeen; Chairman of Aberdeen Chinese Studies Group; Director of the Scottish Centre for Himalayan Research

Discussion, Q&A

12:55-13:55         Lunch

14:00-15:10         Panel III China's role in multilateral peacekeeping
Chair and discussant: Professor Peter Schröder, Department of History and UCL European & International Social & Political Studies, University College London
Speakers (10 minutes each):

  • China to the rescue? Its role in international peacekeeping and peace-making, Professor Hanns Maull, Senior Distinguished Fellow, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Germany
  • China’s role in maintaining world peacekeeping and stability, Dr Hassan Abdullah Al-Dajah, Associate Professor, Department of Media and Strategic Studies, Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, Jordan
  • China as a realist pacificist: the strategic role of the People’s Liberation Army in the context of China’s militarisation and peaceful rise strategy from (2001-2019), Ms Sophie Wushuang Yi, PhD student, The Lau China Institute, King’s College London, UK
  • Protecting Overseas Rights and Interests: The changing face of Chinese participation to multilateral operations at sea, Dr Alessio Patalano, Reader, Director of the Asian Security & Warfare Research Group, Department of War Studies, King’s College London

Discussion, Q&A

15:10-15:25         Coffee/tea break

15:25-16:20         Panel IV Civilizational values and the promotion of peace
Chair and discussant: Professor Hanns Maull, Senior Distinguished Fellow, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Germany
Speakers (8 minutes each):

  • The other as hope, fear, challenge or opportunity: images of China in early modern perceptions, Professor Peter Schröder, Department of History and UCL European & International Social & Political Studies, University College London
  • Traditional Chinese culture and its contemporary relevance for the maintenance and achievement of peace, Dr Qing Cao, Associate Professor, School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Durham University, UK
  • Confucius' thought on ethnic relations and its significance to world peace, Dr HUAN Pingqing, Associate Professor in Sociology, School of Sociology and Population Studies, Renmin University of China
  • Fei Xiaotong's View on Civilization and Peace and Its Influence: An analysis based on the Corpus of "Fei Xiaotong's Complete Works" (20 volumes), Professor Xiangqun Chang, President of Global China Institute; Honorary Professor of University College London
  • Chinese Perspectives on Ecological Civilization and Relevance in Sustainability for Peace, Dr Joël Ruet, Chairman, The Bridge Tank, France

Discussion, Q&A

16:20-17:00         Closing session
Chair: Professor Martin Albrow FAcSS, Honorary President of Global China Institute; Honorary Vice- President of the British Sociological Association
Speeches (10 minutes each):

  • China approach to global peace, the exploration of the Communist Party of China, Professor ZHAO Kejin, Deputy Dean of School of Social Sciences; Deputy Dean of the Institute for Global Common Development, Tsinghua University, China
  • What will China be like as a great power: causes for optimism, Professor Martin Jacques, Senior Fellow at the Department of Politics and International, University of Cambridge, UK; Visiting Professor at Fudan University, China

Book launch (5 minutes): Mrs Ingrid Cranfield, Deputy Director of Global China Institute; President of Global Century Press, UK

18:30-21:30         Reception (by invitation only), at the House of Commons, UK Parliament
Chair: Professor Hugo de Burgh, Director of China Media Centre, University of Westminster, UK
Speeches (5 minutes each):

  • Dame Sue Owen DCB
  • Minister Counsellor, YU Peng, Culture Office, Chinese Embassy to the UK
  • Professor LI Wei FAcSS, FRSA Director of Centre for Applied Linguistics, University College London
  • Professor Xiangqun Chang FRSA, President of Global China Institute; Honorary Professor of University College London 

Organizing Committee

Chairs

  • Professor Martin Albrow FAcSS, Honorary President of Global China Institute; Honorary Vice- President of the British Sociological Association, UK
  • Professor Xiangqun Chang FRSA, President of Global China Institute; Honorary Professor of UCL, UK
  • Professor Hugo de Burgh, Director of China Media Centre, University of Westminster, UK

General Secretary

Mr Philip Hao, Vice-General Secretary, Global China Institute; President of YES Global; CEO of Learning without Borders, UVIC Group, UK

Members (in alphabetical order)

  • Mr Chris Henson, Membership Secretary, Society for Anglo-Chinese Understanding, UK
  • Professor Martin Jacques, Senior Fellow at the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge, UK; Visiting Professor at Tsinghua University, China
  • Professor LI Qiang, Executive Director of Institute for Global Common Development, Tsinghua University, China; former President of Chinese Sociological Association, China; Chinese Honorary President of Global China Institute, UK
  • Professor Wei Li FAcSS, FRSA Director of Centre for Applied Linguistics, University College London, UK
  • Professor Tony McEnery FAcSS, FRSA, Director of the ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS) and Distinguished Professor of English Language and Linguistics at Lancaster University, UK
  • Professor XIE Lizhong, Director of Research Centre for Social Theory, Peking University, China; Chinese President of Global China Institute
  • Professor ZHANG Xiaodong, Dean of Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Nanjing University of Finance & Economics; ECO of Agile Think Tank, China; Vice-President of Global China Institute.

Supporters (in alphabetical order)

  • Beijing Belt & Road Cooperative Community (BRCC)
  • CCPN Global, UK
  • Centre for European Reform, UK
  • China–Europa Forum, France
  • China Society for Anthropology of Arts, China
  • Chopsticks Club, UK
  • ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science, UK
  • Global Century Press, UK
  • Journal of China in Comparative Perspective, UK
  • London Confucius Institute (LCI), UK
  • Research Centre for Social Theory, Peking University, China
  • Research Centre for Studies of Sociological Theory and Methods, Renmin University of China
  • Society for Anglo–Chinese Understanding (SACU), UK
  • The British Postgraduate Network for Chinese Studies (BPCS), UK
  • The Meridian Society, UK

Sponsors

  • Agile Think Tank, China
  • Hengyuanxiang Group, China
  • Learning without Borders
    UVIC Group, UK

Publications: The Global China Dialogue Series is the only international event in the world that publishes its proceedings in English and Chinese separately, and with a DOI number for each set of speech notes in both editions.  

Registration (Deadline for registration: 15th November 2019)

          o    5 tickets each for organizers, supporters and sponsors (please specify which you represent)

          o    Volunteers who provide substantial assistance to organizing and running the GCD VI (e.g. English-Chinese translation and interpretation, videography, photography, audio recording, follow-up transcription, paperwork, accompanying speakers, registration, etc. Please specify what assistance you are providing)

  • UK:

          o    £180: without evening Reception https://ecommerce.global- china.org/shop/event-registration-180/

          o    £280: with evening Reception https://ecommerce.global-china.org/shop/event-registration-280/

  • International:  Click HERE

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Contact:Dr Belinda Wu dialogue@global-china.org

Website: http://dialogue.global-china.org/ 

会议邀请

第六届全球中国对话

——世界和平治理 

日期时间 2019 年12 月6日(星期五)

  • 8:30-17:00 对话
    英国学术院
  • 18:30-21:30 招待会(凭邀请函) 英国议会大厦 

      自2014年以来,遵循全球中国对话创办之初的愿景,我们成功地举办了五届对话,为进入全球治理改革的高潮奠定了基础。

     第六届全球中国对话 (GCD VI) 将于2019年12月6日在伦敦举办,这将是本系列对话在伦敦举办的最后一场。对话的主题是世界和平治理。它将强调在解决长期冲突的基础上进行改革所需的国际合作的关键环境。

      与以往对话模式一样,第六届全球中国对话将由四个版块构成。每个版块由一至两位中国人和两至三位来自世界各地的非中国人组成。每位做简短的发言后,为参与者的提问环节安排了较充足时间。这四个版块题目如下:

  • 民事冲突中的调解与和平
  • 一带一路与减缓国家和文化之间的紧张局势
  • 中国在多边维和中的作用
  • 文明价值观与促进和平

     本次对话中每个案例都将涉及到非常不同的情况,任何全球治理改革都不可避免地要求了解其他国家的内政,在对话中都将遵循中国的“不干涉他国内政”的红线管理。其内在的含义将成为全球治理改革的重点。

      第七届全球中国对话(GCD VII)的主题是全球治理改革,将于2020年10月与清华大学全球共同研究院合作在北京举办。

主办:

  • 英国全球中国研究院
  • 伦敦大学学院应用语言学中心
  • 威斯敏斯特大学中国传媒中心

语言:英汉双语

流程

8:30-9:00              注册

9:00-10:10           开幕式
主持: 马丁·阿尔布劳(Martin Albrow)教授,英国社科院院士,全球中国研究院名誉院长;英国社会学学会前会长

9:00-9:20              致辞

致辞(每人5分钟):

  • 马辉公使,中国驻英国大使馆
  • 安东尼·吉登斯 (Anthony Giddens)教授勋爵,英国伦敦政治经济学院前校长;英国贵族院终身贵族
  • 于洪君博士,中国人民争取和平与裁军协会副会长;当代中国与世界研究院高级研究员;北京丝绸之路合作与发展促进会高级顾问;中共中央对外联络部前副部长

9:20-10:00           主旨演讲

演讲 (每人20分钟):

  • “为人类安全”,玛丽·卡尔多(Mary Kaldor)教授,伦敦政治经济学院国际发展部冲突与公民社会研究室主任
  • “人类命运共同体:通往世界和平之路”,谢立中教授,北京大学社会理论研究中心主任; 中国社会学会前副会长;全球中国研究院中方院长

10:10-10:05          颁发证书

  • 颁发聘书 (中方院长、研究人员等)

10:05-10:10         全体合影

10:10-11:30         版块一 民事冲突中的调解与和平
主持与评议: 哈坎·塞金尔金 (Hakan Seckinelgin) 博士,伦敦政治经济学院社会政策系副教授
发言(每人10分钟):

  • “缔造和平与寻求正义:目标竞争还是目标互补?”伊沃·兰格洛夫(Iavor Rangelov)博士,伦敦经济学院国际发展系民间社会和人类安全研究部副教授; 贝尔格莱德人道主义法律中心执行委员会主席兼伦敦过渡时期司法网络联合主席
  • “社会建设:中国特色的和平缔造”, 李君甫教授,中国北京工业大学社会科学学院社会学系副系主任;牛津大学访问学者
  • “数字时代的‘数据痕迹’ ——阿里巴巴芝麻信用的案例”,沈小白博士,英国爱丁堡大学商学院高级讲师,科技创新研究所东亚区负责人
  • “公民抗议活动及其呈现出的一些“安全”问题的风险”,奥拉夫·科里(Olaf Corry)教授,丹麦哥本哈根大学政治系

评议,提问&回应

11:30-11:45         茶歇

11:45-12:55         版块二 一带一路与减缓国家和文化之间的紧张局势
主持与评议:周端 (Joël Ruet) 博士,法国桥智库 (The Bridge Tank) 主席和新兴经济体观察咨询公司 (OEEC) 的创始合伙人
发言(每人12分钟):

  • “语言多样性,种族认同和国家建设:喜马拉雅山脉的方案”,納森·希尔(Nathan W. Hill)博士,英国伦敦大学亚非学院东亚语言和文化系前系主任,高级讲师
  • “愿景与挑战:一带一路对我国西南边疆沿线国家及台湾地区关系影响”,郭丹研究员,中国四川省社科院政治研究所前所长;中国政治学协会副秘书长
  • “拯救喜马拉雅山脉的兴都库什”,哈里斯·科利 (Harish Kohli) 先生,英国Awimaway.com豪华冒险旅游公司创始人兼首席执行官,《跨越冰雪的喜马拉雅山》的作者
  • “一带一路与一个变热的世界:气候变化知识与长距离基础设施发展的未来”,马丁·米尔斯 (Martin Mills) 博士,英国阿伯丁大学社会科学学院人类学系高级讲师;阿伯丁中国研究组负责人

评议,提问&回应

12:55-13:55         午餐

14:00-15:10         版块三 中国在多边维和中的作用
主持与评议:彼得·施罗德 (Peter Schröder) 教授,伦敦大学学院历史系和伦敦大学学院欧洲与国际社会政治研究所
发言(每人10分钟):

  • “中国在国际维和与缔造和平中的作用”,汉斯·马尔 (Hanns Maull) 教授,德国国际安全事务研究所高级杰出研究员
  • “中国在世界维和与维稳方面的作用”,哈桑·阿卜杜拉·阿尔-达亚(Hassan Abdullah Al-Dajah)博士,约旦侯赛因宾塔拉勒大学媒体与战略研究系副教授
  • “解放军在中国军事化和平崛起背景下的战略作用 (2001-2019)”,易吴霜女士,英国伦敦国王学院中国研究院博士生
  • “保护海外权益:中国对海上多边行动的参与的变化”,阿列索∙帕特拉诺 (Alessio Patalano) 博士,伦敦大学国王学院战争研究系副教授,亚洲安全与作战研究组主任

评议,提问&回应

15:10-15:25         茶歇

15:25-16:20         版块四 文明价值观与促进和平
主持与评议:汉斯·马尔(Hanns Maull)教授,德国国际安全事务研究所高级杰出研究员
发言(每人8分钟):

  • “希望、恐惧、挑战或机遇的他者:现代早期观念中的中国形象”,彼得·施罗德 (Peter Schröder) 教授,伦敦大学学院历史系和伦敦大学学院欧洲与国际社会政治研究所
  • “中国传统文化及其与当代的关联:和平的维护与实现,曹青博士,英国杜伦大学现代语言与文化学院副教授
  • “孔子文化自觉的华夷观及其对世界和平的意义”, 奂平清博士,中国人民大学社会与人口学院副教授
  • “费孝通的文明观与和平观及其影响——基于'《费孝通全集》(20卷)语料库'分析”,常向群教授,全球中国研究院院长,英国伦敦大学学院名誉教授
  • "中国对生态文明的看法及其对可持续性的和平的重要性", 周端 (Joël Ruet)博士,法国桥智库 (The Bridge Tank) 主席和新兴经济体观察咨询公司 (OEEC) 的创始合伙人

评议,提问&回应

16:20-17:00         闭幕式
主持:马丁·阿尔布劳(Martin Albrow)教授,英国社科院院士,全球中国研究院名誉院长;英国社会学学会前会长

发言 (每人10分钟):

  • "全球和平的中国方案,中国共产党的探索", 赵可金教授,清华大学清华大学社会科学学院副院长、全球共同发展研究院副院长
  • 中国将成为什么样的大国:乐观的原因, 马丁·雅克教授,剑桥大学政治与国际系高级研究员;中国复旦大学客座教授

新书发布 (5分钟):英格丽·克兰菲尔德(Ingrid Cranfield)女士, 全球中国研究院副院长,全球世纪出版社社长

18:30-21:30         招待会(仅凭邀请函)议会大厦丘吉尔厅
主持:戴雨果(Hugo de Burgh)教授, 英国威斯敏斯特大学中国传媒中心主任

 致词(每人5分钟):

  • 苏·欧文(Dame Sue Owen)女勋爵,巴斯勋章指挥官获得者,英国文化、媒体和体育部前副部长
  • 于芃先生,中国驻英国大使馆文化处公使衔参赞
  • 李嵬教授,英国社科院院士,英国皇家艺术院院士,伦敦大学学院应用语言学中心主任
  • 常向群教授,英国皇家艺术院院士,全球中国研究院院长,英国伦敦大学学院名誉教授

组委会

主席

  • 马丁·阿尔布劳教授,英国社科院院士;全球中国研究院荣誉院长
  • 常向群教授, 全球中国研究院院长;英国伦敦大学学院荣誉教授
  • 戴雨果教授, 英国威斯敏斯特大学中国传媒中心主任

秘书长

郝斐先生,全球中国研究院副秘书长,学无国界全球教育比较研究中心主任;UVIC集团和学无国界总裁;全球青年企业家协会会长

成员  (按姓氏拼音顺序)

  • 克里斯·汉森先生,英中了解协会会员秘书长
  • 马丁·雅克教授,英国剑桥大学国际政治系高级研究员;中国清华大学客座教授
  • 李强教授,全球中国研究院荣誉院长;中国清华大学民生学院院长;中国社会学学会前会长
  • 李嵬教授,英国社科院院士、皇家艺术院院士;英国伦敦大学学院教育研究院应用语言研究中心主任
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