The Global China Dialogue focuses on issues of global concern such as education, economics, migration and human security to enhance public understanding of current affairs and common interests through public dialogue and discussion between Chinese and non-Chinese academics, experts and practitioners.
The first part of the Global China Dialogue will consist of four panels that discuss the current debates on global climate change and how to deal with it, with one of them reviewing the Paris Agreement from a governance perspective.
The discussion will be followed by a reception at the House of Commons, chaired by Professor Hugo De Burgh, Director of the China Media Centre at the University of Westminster.
A one-day workshop on Corpus Approaches to Chinese Social Science taking place at King's College London on 3 December will be the final part of the Dialogue. The event will be open to both participants of the Global China Dialogue and members of the public interested in the topic.