Conferences, projects and special events held in cooperation with friends in United Kingdom
Extensive B.I.O. e-learning programmes in biopolicy and sustainable development
Participation in the International Financial Services Forum on “Opportunities and Challenges in a Rapidly Changing Global Marketplace,” organized by City Week 2012, London, UK. Participants
Biopolitics International Organisation and Hellenic Chapter of the Club of Rome symposium on The Greek Economy after the Global Crisis – In Search of a New Paradigm for Development” , Athens Club, Athens. Press Release
Cooperation in the B.I.O. e-learning programme “Biopolicy – Education to Enrich Sustainability.”
Participation in the Fourth City of London Biennial Meeting ‘Major Issues of the 21st Century’, United Kingdom
B.I.O. participates in the First Biennial Symposium on Issues of World Economy and Greek Economy and Business held in Athens and organised by the City University’s Business School in London and sponsored by The Eugenides Foundation.
Dimitris Randopoulos, f. Chairman of the Hellenic-British Chamber of Commerce, participates as member of the Honorary Committee for the Bios Prize awarded to Dr. Ruud Lubbers, High Commissioner of the UNHCR.
B.I.O. roundtable discussion held at the London Money Show. Keynote speakers included: Sir David Madden, British Ambassador to Greece; Tom Spencer, f. Member of the European Parliament and President of Globe International; Dimitris Randopoulos, Chairman, Hellenic-British Chamber of Commerce. Biopolitics at the London Money Show BioNews no. 30, April 2001, p. 6-7 Programme, Photos
The B.I.O. President delivers keynote presentation on “Legal frameworks for environmental progress” at the Enterprise Summit in London, organised by the Progressio Foundation and the Industrial Society.
Presentation and participation by Dimitris Randopoulos, Chairman of the Hellenic-British Chamber of Commerce, in the B.I.O. conference on “Biopolitics: A Vision for the Millenium, Health, Environment and Culture,” held in Rhodes, Greece
B.I.O. participates in the seminar on “Environmental Obligations and Opportunities for Business” held at the British Embassy in Athens.
B.I.O. participation at the Wilton Park Conference on “Earth Summit 2002: Identifying the Agenda” held at the Wiston House.
B.I.O. keynote presentation on “What is Globalisation’s Impact on the Environment?” at the Wilton Park conference on Human Rights and Global Economic Governance held at the Wiston House.
Sir David Madden, Ambassador of Great Britain to Greece, participates in the B.I.O. International Conference on “Bio-Diplomacy: The Future of International Relations.”
Participation by Norman Rifkin, Director of World ORT Union, at the organisational meeting and roundtable discussion on the International University for the Bio-Environment (I.U.B.E.) in Hungary.
Professor Gustav Born, Director, William Harvey Research Institute; Dr. Terence M. Duffy, Director of Peace Studies, University of Ulster, Magee College; Rabbi Dr. Norman Solomon, Fellow in Modern Jewish Thought, Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, University of Oxford; and Dr. Richard Witt, Vice President, Society of Greek Scientists, participate in the International Sakharov Festival and contribute to the volume of proceedings.
Professor Andrew A. Brennan, Department of Philosophy, University of Stirling; William J. Cairns, Chairman, W.J. Cairns and Partners; Dr. David J. Chivers, Scientific Director, Department of Veterinary Anatomy, University of Cambridge; Professor Rom Harre, Department of Philosophy, Oxford University; Dr. David Watts, Dean, School of Geography and Earth Resources, University of Hull; and Terence Duffy, Senior Course Tutor in Peace Studies, University of Ulster, participate in the Fourth B.I.O. International Conference on the” International University for the Environment” and contribute to the volume of proceedings.
The B.I.O. ideals and goals are promoted by The Welsh campaign against cancer.
Presentation and participation by Terence Duffy, Senior Course Tutor in Peace Studies, University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, Professor Rom Harre, Department of Philosophy, Oxford University and Robert T. Taylor, Representative of the British Council, in the Third B.I.O. International Conference on “Proposals for a Biocentric Curriculum” held in Athens.
The B.I.O. President participates as International Patron in the international launching of the programme “Global Cooperation for a Better World” held at the House of Lords.
B.I.O. keynote address at the London Symposium, organised by the Greek-Orthodox Bishop of Thyateira.
Right Honourable Lord David Ennals, Member of the House of Lords, Former Cabinet Minister, and B.I.O. Trustee, presents biopolitics lecture during an event co-sponsored by B.I.O and the British Council of Athens. Click here for details
Bios Day held in honour of the Right Honourable Lord David Ennals
Oxford University holds biopolitics seminar and proposes the establishment of a Biopolitics Concentration Major.
Cambridge University proposes B.I.O. participation in the Barito Ulu project.
Professor Andrew A. Brennan, University of Stirling; Nikki Malet de Carteret, Consultant, Global Co-operation for a Better World; Dr. David J. Chivers, University of Cambridge; The Right Honourable Lord David Ennals, Member House of Lords, former Cabinet Minister; Dr. Robert T. Taylor, Representative, British Council in Athens; and Dr. David Watts, University of Hull, participate in the Second B.I.O. International Conference on “Bios in the Next Millennium” and contribute to the volume proceedings.
Professor Andrew A. Brennan, University of Sterling; The Right Honourable Lord Ennals, Member House of Lords, former Cabinet Minister; Professor Rom Harre, University of Oxford; Dr. Thomas S. Kemp, Curator, Zoological University Museum, Oxford; and Dr. David Watts, University of Hull, participate in the First B.I.O. International Conference on “Biopolitics and International Cooperation” and contribute to the volume of proceedings.