The one-day event is hosted by The China Media Centre at the University of Westminster, Global China Institute, Liu China Institute at King’s College London, and Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China.
There will be four panels focusing on inclusion, environment, rights, and conflicts.
Three events will take place over three days in December.
The first is a precursor to the event and will engage participants on Digital Interconnection and Intelligent Manufacturing – Social Change and Cultural Transformation in Global Society.
The second is the actual conference which will take place in the House of Commons on December 7.
The finale is a closing ceremony at King’s College on Academic Publishing and Knowledge Service Forum on China and China in Comparative Studies.
There is an extensive list of speakers already confirmed for the event including Liu Xiaoming, Chinese ambassador to the UK; David Meyer, Head of International at the Ministry of Justice; and Dorothy Guerrero, Head of policy and advocacy at Global Justice Now.
The Global China Dialogue works with governments across the world, research institutions, and think tanks to enhance the general understanding of current affairs and the global sphere.