1996 Conference Programme

Unemployment and new patterns of work in the digital age

Queens' College, Cambridge
22-30 March 1996



Senior Fellow

Dr Vince CableSenior Economist, Shell International


Dr. Geoff MulganDirector of Demos, the London-based think-tank
Professor Richard LayardLondon School of Economics
Dr Juliet WebsterEuropean Commission
Professor Patrick MesserlinInstitut d'études politiques de Paris
Lief MillsFormer President of the British TUC
Dr Richard JackmanLondon School of Economics
James RobertsonFreelance writer and lecturer
Graham ReidDirector General of Strategy, UK Department for Education and Employment


The European Union: model of political evolution or faltering experiment?

Klingenthal Castle, near Strasbourg
7-14 June 1996

Senior Fellow

Ian DavidsonThe Financial Times


H.E. Jacques AndréaniFrench Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Dr Hubertus von MorrBundeskanzleramt
H.E. Gunnar RiberholdtDanish Ambassador to NATO and former Ambassador to the EU
John Roperrecently Head of Western European Union Institute for Security Studies, Paris
Peter Brown-PappamikailPolitical Advisor, European Parliament Socialist Group
Eileen DenzaLecturer in Law, University College, London, former Counsel to European Union Committee, House of Lords, London


The Ethical and Economic Implications of Genetic Science

Madingley Hall, Cambridge
5-13 September 1996

Senior Fellow

Professor Heinz WolffBrunel University


Dr Tom WilkieSenior policy analyst, The Wellcome Trust, former Science Editor of The Independent
Prof Steven RoseDepartment of Biology, The Open University
Prof Martin BobrowDepartment of Medical Genetics, Cambridge University
Dr George PosteDirector of Research, SmithKline Beecham
Alastair KentGenetic Interest Group, London
Dr Jack CohenUniversity of Warwick
Dr Harriet StrimpelSenior Scientist and Patent Agent, Bromberg and Sunstein, Boston
Dr Bernard DixonScience writer, consultant, editor of Medical Science Research
Prof Benno Müller-HillInstitute of Genetics, University of Cologne
Prof John HarrisCentre for Social Ethics and Policy, Manchester University
Paul SmeeHead of Life Insurance, Association of British Insurers
Anne CampbellMP, House of Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology


1996 Fellowship Programme

The Importance of Civil Society

Rutgers University New Jersey
Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 April 1996


Prof Donna WinslowUniversity of Ottawa
The Hon Harris WoffordCEO, US Corporation for National Service
Dr Ray RaymondBritish Consulate-General, New York
Dr Samuel ProctorProf Emeritus, Rutgers University
Alejandro MolinaHuman Rights activist
Prof Michael ShaferRutgers University
Sgt Nelson BaezVisions of Tomorrow
Rev Lisanne FinstonElijah's Promise
Ann GrahamLocal Democracy in Poland
Jackie MarshWomen Aware
Yvette MurrayNew Brunswick Council for Youth.

The Trust would like to express its thanks to Michael Shafer and Donna Winslow who did so much to organize this conference, and took on such a large role in helping to run it.


Preserving a City: Cracow as a Case Study

Friday 24 to Sunday 26 May 1996


Krzystof IngardenCo-designer, Cracow Centre of Japanese Art and Technology
Krzystof GorlichDeputy Mayor, Cracow
Prof Jacek PurchlaInternational Cultural Centre, Cracow
Romuald LoeglerArchitect
Malgorzata WlczakKazimierz Revitalization Office

The Trust would like to express its thanks to Maciej Wojciechowski who did so much to organize this conference and to make participants feel at home in his city.


US/EU Relations After the US Elections

European Parliament Office, London
3 December 1996


The Rt Hon Lord David Owen