The British-German Conference 2011

"The UK and Germany in a Changing World Order: New Challenges, New Strategies"

(Berlin; April 27th - 30th, 2011)

Conference Speakers

Speakers during “The British-German Conference 2011” will be key figures in domestic and international politics, diplomatic representatives, renowned academics, artists, media, and leaders from civil society. Invited speakers will be drawn predominantly from the UK and Germany, and expert figures from the wider international community.

A Selection of the Conference Speakers includes:
  • The Hon. Bill Cash MP
    Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom
  • Carsten Rüpke
    Deputy Head of Division, Northern Europe Division, German Foreign Office
  • Dr. Frank. Pfetsch
    Professor of International Politics Uni. Heidelberg
  • Dr. Gerhard Dannemann
    Director of the Center for British Studies, Humboldt University in Berlin
  • Hans Martins
    Chief Executive of the European Policy Centre
  • H.E Amb. Dr. Hermann Freiherr von Richthofen
    Former German Ambassador to the United Kingdom; Former German Ambassador to NATO
  • Ms. Katrin DiPaola
    Head of Department UK and Northern Countries, DAAD (The German Academic Exchange Service)
  • Dr. Magnus Brechtken
    School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Department of German, Nottingham University, UK
  • Nick Tolhurst
    Lecturer in MBA Corporate Responsibility and Business Ethics at Steinbeis University
  • Dr. Paul Carmichael
    Dean of faculty of Social Sciences, Ulster University
  • Peter Craven
    Journalist & Presenter, DW-TV, Germany
  • Sir Peter Torry
    Former British Ambassador to Germany
  • The Hon. Robert Walter MP
    Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom
  • Dr. Roderick Parkes
    Head of Brussels Office, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (German Institute for International & Security Affairs)
  • Stephen Meyer MdB
    Chairman, German-British Parliamentary Friendship Group
  • The Hon. Sir Tony Brenton
    Former British Ambassador to Russia
  • Uli Bruckner
    Jean Monnet Professor for European Studies, Stanford University, Berlin