We welcome the Forum's object of equal dialogue between Chinese and European societies, which can deepen our understanding of both. See Professor Edgar Morin's view on Dialogue assumes equality.
We will also participate in its activities in an ongoing fashion, in accordance with the CCPN Knowledge Transfer Strategy.
The CCPN has been involved to hold the China-Europe Dialogue on Society'.(UK, Benelux and Scandinavia), the meeting for preparation of the China-Europa Forum 2009: '
A preparatory meeting in North Europa for the third biennial of the China-Europa forum (27-28 October 2008, London)
Date: 27-28 October 2008
Time: 2:30-7:00pm on Monday; 9am-1:30pm on Tuesday
Venue: TBC, LSE
Speakers: Professor Edgar Morin; Mr. Pierre Calame, etc.
Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang
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China is fast evolving into a new world power − in a "peaceful rise" as implied by the Chinese TV series The Rise of Great Nations − yet the historic time for the creation of great powers is already gone. International relations are less and less the monopoly of States. Large companies have come to play a major role, and as universities are also part of international exchange networks of programmes and research, the society itself is now tasked with enhancing understanding between populations and thereby meeting the challenges of the future.
As a public arena for thinking and action, the China-Europa Forum helps the two societies as they undergo fundamental changes to gain better insight into themselves and each other in all their diversity.
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