The Coalition for Global Prosperity, Plastic Oceans UK and the APPG on the Prevention of Plastic Waste are delighted to co-host the Rt Hon Penny Mordaunt MP (Secretary of State for International Development) and Sir David Attenborough for a discussion on British leadership tackling plastic pollution around the globe.
The Coalition are delighted to co-host a private lunch on the intersections of defence and development, with Lord Richards, Johnny Mercer MP and Major General James Cowan (The Halo Trust).
Private Roundtable at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Soft Power: Diplomacy and Development Working Together to Make a Success of Global Britain
The Coalition are delighted to co-host a private roundtable at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office with the Rt Hon Mark Field MP, Minister of State for Asia and the Pacific.
The illegal wildlife trade is an ever-increasing problem in the global picture. It not only threatens the existence of some of our most iconic species of wildlife, but is also a serious organised crime that damages the livelihoods of some of the world’s poorest communities.
This event will bring together parliamentarians and those working on this issue to explore how Britain can lead in the fight against the illegal wildlife trade, and practically help to protect endangered species for generations to come.
Persisting instability and insecurity in fragile states appears to be an ever-increasing problem in the global picture. There has been a dramatic surge in the number of refugees displaced not only externally, but also within their own country’s borders, as a result of conflict or fragility.
The Coalition are delighted to co-host the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Rowan Williams, for a private lunch with Christian Aid to discuss Britain as a force for good in the world.
Co-hosted by the APPG on the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development, Bond, Project Everyone and the Coalition for Global Prosperity, this event will bring together the Rt Hon Lord Jack McConnell, the Rt Hon Penny Mordaunt MP and Richard Curtis CBE to discuss the UK’s commitment to the Global Goals.
Following the Women MPs of the World Conference on Thursday 8th November, the Coalition for Global Prosperity will host a Private Breakfast with Baroness Anne Jenkin, Judith Herbertson (DFID) and women MP’s from around the world.
Join the Coalition for Global Prosperity and our partners the Charities Aid Foundation at the Conservative Party Conference 2018.
As Britain redefines its place not only in Europe but in the wider world, what role does charity play in a Global Britain? This debate consider whether Britain should be prioritising people with problems closer to home, or reaching out to assist developing countries, and whether we can or should do both.
Join the Coalition for Global Prosperity and our partners the Labour Campaign for International Development & Bond at the Labour Party Conference 2018 for an evening drinks reception and lively discussion.
How can Britain be a force for good? What should our international priorities be post-Brexit? Should we focus on hard or soft power, and how do we address issues such as migration, refugees, and human trafficking?
We’ll be asking all these questions and more in the Global Britain Tent at the Big Tent Ideas Festival 2018 on Saturday 8th September, where we’re proud to be partnering with the Legatum Institute and British Foreign Policy Institute.
This panel discussion will explore what the Syrian Refugee Crisis means for Norfolk as well as how local community activists and faith groups have reacted to help displaced families in need. We are delighted to be hosting this event in Granary Court near Norwich Cathedral with George Freeman MP and the Bishop of Norwich the Rt Revd Graham James.
In July, the Rt Hon Ed Vaizey MP will lead local school pupils of Didcot Girls School through a lesson on the Sustainable Development Goals. The Coalition for Global Prosperity is proud to partner with the World's Largest Lesson to deliver this event.
In July, Preet Gill MP will lead local school pupils of Lordswood Girls School through a lesson on the Sustainable Development Goals. The Coalition for Global Prosperity is proud to partner with the World's Largest Lesson to deliver this event.
The Launch of our Coalition will bring together military, political, business and faith leaders to issue a united call for Britain to remain a force for good in the world. Speakers will include the Rt Hon David Cameron, Secretary of State for International Development Penny Mordaunt MP and Major General James Cowan, CEO of the HALO Trust.
This event will explore the lesson we need to learn from the ebola outbreak and ways in which the UK can work with developing countries to establish a good level of healthcare infrastructure to help combat epidemics. We will discuss how developing vaccines can help protect against these deadly diseases and explore how the UK can best prepare for the next epidemic outbreak.
CHOGM 2018: Girls in Emergencies - How the UK and the Commonwealth are empowering girls in times of crisis
'Girls in Emergencies', will bring together leading figures in the aid sector, Parliamentarians and education activists to discuss how the UK and the Commonwealth are empowering girls in times of crisis. Speakers will include the Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP and Hon Julie Bishop MP. We are proud to be partnering with Global Citizen for this event.
An upcoming private roundtable with Bill Gates will bring together business leaders in London to discuss the role of the UK private sector in international development.
This roundtable will bring together analysts, civil servants and development agencies to consider practical answers to the challenge of making a reality of 'Global Britain'. We are proud to be partnering with the British Foreign Policy Group for this event.
This evening relaunches the APPG on FGM and their cross-party manifesto in Parliament. This event brings together prominent voices to discuss ways to end FGM and provides a platform to showcase what the UK is doing to combat the practice at home and abroad.