Global China Dialogue Series

2017 GCD IV: The Belt and Road (B&R) - Transcultural Cooperations for Shared Goals

2016 GCD III - Sustainability and Global Governance for Climate Change

2015 GCD II - Transculturality and New Global Governance

2014 GCD I - The experience of China's modernization from a comparative perspective

World in Turmoil

The road to peace and development is strewn with numerous risks and challenges. The international system and order are constantly changing, and there are profound changes in the balance of power.
       All countries, whether developing or developed, are having to adapt to this ever-shifting international and social environment, while the process of modernization in some countries has been interrupted or has spilled out to create global turmoil as a result of the conflicts and contradictions brought about by cultural, religious and social transformation.
       At the same time, rapid developments in technology and society have had a profound impact on patterns of thinking, behaviour and interaction and on the moral principles of different countries and groups.
       They have also constantly challenged established ideas of good governance, including the functions of government in the globalization era and the pros and cons of the participation of non-government organizations.
       The changes and challenges are myriad: digital technology, mobile communications and the popularization of the internet, the coexistence of cultural homogenization and diversity, ethnic and religious conflicts, the collision between giant multinational corporations and national sovereignty, changes in social norms as a result of scientific innovations, the decisive influence of regional economies on national economic development, the constraints of climate change and the discovery and adoption of new energy sources. Cultural diversity and transculturalism have become part of people’s daily life.
       Confronted with such challenges, national leaders devise development strategies that reflect both the status quo and their long-term goals. Business leaders and entrepreneurs also invest substantial resources in studying the impact of the changing international economy and financial order on the development of enterprises. Experts and scholars focus on the efficiency of global governance and cultural factors that have quietly exerted great influence, and explore how culture and ideology enhance global and social governance.
       Such efforts and initiatives are moves in the same direction: towards reaching an in-depth understanding of the knowledge systems of the human community and the development of a ‘global cultural sphere’ beyond any single culture, state or nationality, under the condition of global governance. Thus, the theme of the development and governance of China, Europe and the world has gradually become one of the key research interests of scholars worldwide.

China in a Changing World

China and the Chinese people are currently making an important contribution to the world order and shaping a global society. What are the important global issues that concern China? What are the Chinese ways of thinking and doing things with respect to global issues? We wish to engage Western audiences in dialogues on topics that arise from these questions, including development, education, economics, migration, the family, the environment, public health, human security and global governance.
       For nearly three decades, China has been implementing a ‘going out’ (走出去) policy to encourage its enterprises to invest overseas. The policy embraces not only the economy but also finance, language, culture, sciences, technology, social sciences, publishing and the media, and under its provisions an international investment bank (亚投行) has been established.
       Through his visits to 55 countries, President Xi Jinping himself has promoted the Belt and Road (B&R一带一路) regional development strategy and China’s governance model (治国理政). In his recent visit to the UK, he said ‘As our capabilities grow, we shall shoulder more responsibilities to the best of our ability and contribute China’s wisdom and strength to the world’s economic growth and global governance.’ In his keynote speech at the United Nations Office in Geneva in January 2017 Xi Jinping clarified the basic principles of China's participation in global governance. They are stay committed to building a world of lasting peace through dialogue and consultation, build a world of common security for all through joint efforts, build a world of common prosperity through win-win cooperation, build an open and inclusive world through exchanges and mutual learning, and make our world clean and beautiful by pursuing green and low-carbon development.

The Global China Dialogue Series (GCDS)

In order to jointly build the human destiny community, dialogue is inessentially needed between China and the world on the above mentioned range of common concerns that our mankind faces. The Global China Dialogue Series (GCDS) focuses on these issues to enhance public understanding of current global affairs and common interests through public dialogue and discussion between Chinese and non-Chinese academics, experts, professionals and practitioners and interested laypeople, from interdisciplinary and comparative perspectives.
       In addition to universities, research institutions and professional think tanks, the GCDS also works closely with Chinese and other governments, international organizations, media and publishing units to track global hot topics over the long term period. It provides a high-end platform for the global public interests of China and Chinese participation in building global society and comprehensive governance of global society.  
        The GCDS is an ongoing social creative activity, which brings Chinese and Western scholars and opinion leaders together in an ongoing project in social creativity, exploring transculturality and cultural generativity, contributing to the development of a ‘global cultural sphere’ beyond any single culture, state or nationality.
       The GCDS also develops the rules of ‘civilized dialogue’, encouraging both sides to listen to the other, understand cultural differences, respect local customs, accept different perspectives and acknowledge the common destiny of humanity. In particular, it explores new global governance, encompassing national governments, international organizations, multinational companies, NGOs and citizens, with a mission to build a harmonious, symbiosis-based human destiny community.
       The past and future programme of the series have been developed by continuing to work within the framework of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which accord with UNESCO’s mission of defending peace and the conditions for building sustainable development world through creative intelligence, as follows:

The Organizers

        Global China Institute (Charity No.: 1154640; an affiliate member of the Academy of Social Sciences) has an overall mission of bringing comparisons with China into a worldwide conversation for the benefit of all. With its network and publications, the Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP) and book series, the GCDS aim to bring Chinese and Western thinkers together in debate and research that will generate shared endeavours to create a world that benefits all humankind. The GCDs showcase transcultural practice on global issues and governance by organizing events collaboratively between academia, government, international organizations and NGOs.
         The GCDS was founded by CCPN Global, YES Global (Young Elite Scheme Global) and UVIC Group in 2014. Official recognition came when GCD II became the only event to have a global and social scientific focus in the government designated 2015 Year of UK-China Cultural Exchange with the theme ‘Transculturality and New Global Governance’. It has received enthusiastic support from the Cultural Office of the Chinese Embassy to the UK, the Ministry of Culture of China, the British Council, the British Sociological Association, the Chinese Association of World Politics Studies, academic institutions and all the supporters and sponsors that are participating in this event.
        The GCDS is now organized by Global China Institute in partnership with the Lau China Institute, King’s College London, the China Media Centre of the University of Westminster, and Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China (RDCY), China.

Organizing Committee

Chairs  

  • Professor Xiangqun Chang, Director of Global China Institute; Honorary Professor of UCL
  • Professor Kerry Brown,  Director of  Lau China Institute, King’s College London
  • Professor Hugo de Burgh, Director of the China Media Centre, University of Westminster
  • Professor WANG Wen,  Executive Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY), China

Members (in alphabetical order)

  • Professor Martin Albrow FAcSS, Honorary Vice-President of the British Sociological Association (BSA), Emeritus Professor of the University of Wales, UK 
  • Dr Dongning Feng, Senior Lecturer, former Director of the Centre for Translation Studies, SOAS, University of London, UK
  • Emeritus Professor Stephan Feuchtwang, Department of Anthropology, LSE, UK
  • Mr Chris Henson, Membership Secretary, Society for Anglo-Chinese Understanding, UK
  • Professor Martin Jacques, Senior Fellow at the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge, UK; Visiting Professor at Tsinghua University, China
  • Professor LI Qiang, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Tsinghua University; former President of Chinese Sociological Association, China    
  • Professor Wei Li FAcSS, Chair of Centre for Applied Linguistics, University College of London, UK
  • Professor LUO Jiaojiang, Dean of Institute of Social Development, Wuhan University, China; Deputy Director of  Global China Institute, UK  
  • Professor Tony McEnery FAcSS, FRSA, Interim Chief Executive and Research Director, Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), UK
  • Professor ZHANG Letian, Director of the Centre for Social and Cultural Anthropology, Director of Contemporary China Social Life Data and Research Centre (CCSLC), Fudan University, China; and Co-Director of Global China Institute, UK

Supporters (in alphabetical order)

  • Centre for Applied Linguistics, University College London, UK
  • Centre for European Reform (ECR), UK
  • Centre for Translation Studies, SOAS, University of London, UK
  • China–Europa Forum, France
  • Chopsticks Club, UK
  • Contemporary China Social Life Data and Research Center (CCSLC), Fudan University, China
  • ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science, UK
  • Global China Press, UK
  • Global China Unit, UK
  • Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP)
  • London Society for Chinese Studies, UK
  • Research Centre for Social Cultural Anthropology, Fudan University, China
  • Research Centre for Social Theory, Peking University, China
  • Research Centre for Studies of Sociological Theory and Methods, Renmin University of China
  • Society for Anglo–Chinese Understanding (SACU), UK
  • The British Association for Chinese Studies (BACS), UK
  • The British Postgraduate Network for Chinese Studies (BPCS), UK
  • The British Sociological Association (BSA), UK
  • The Chinese Sociological Association (CSA), China
  • UVIC Group, UK

Sponsors (in alphabetical order)

  • Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China (RDCY), China
  • Research Centre for Discourse and Communications, Zhenjiang University of Media and Communication, China
  • Shanghai Tenly Software Incorporated  
  • The Institute of Social Development, Wuhan University, China 
  • Vanishing Worlds Foundation

Media support

  • www.china.com.cn
  • www.xinhuanet.com
  • www.chinadaily.com.cn

(to be updated)     

全球中国对话系列

2017年 第四届全球中国对话:一带一路——为了共同目标的转文化合作

2016年 第三届全球中国对话:可持续性与全球气候治理

2015年 第二届全球中国对话:转文化与新型全球治理

2014年 第一届全球中国对话:中国现代化进程的经验教训与其它发展中国家和地区之比较

动荡的世界

        如今世界在和平和发展的道路上正在面临许多风险和挑战。国际体系和国际秩序不断变化,均势也正在发生深刻变革。
        全球所有的国家,无论是发展中国家还是发达国家,都不得不适应不断改变的国际和社会环境。然而,由于文化、宗教以及社会转型某些国家现代化的进程被打断。由此所带来的冲突和矛盾有的已经爆发,导致了全球混乱。
        同时,技术和社会的快速发展对不同国家和群体的思维模式、行为、互动以及道德原则产生了深远的影响。这些发展也不断地挑战善治的观念,包括在全球化时代中的政府作用以及非政府组织的参与。
        世界已发生了无数的变化和挑战:数码技术、移动通信以及互联网的普及,文化同质化与多样化的共存、种族和宗教冲突、巨型跨国公司与国家主权之间的碰撞、科学创新所带来的社会规范的变化、地区经济对国家经济发展所产生的决定性影响、气候变化的强制以及新能源的发现和应用。文化多元性和转文化主义已成为人们日常生活的一部分。
        面对如此挑战,国家领导人设计反映现状和长期目标的发展战略。商界领导人和企业家也将大量资源投入到学习国际经济和金融秩序对企业发展的影响方面。专家和学者的关注对全球治理和文化元素的效率、探究文化和意识形态如何提高对全球社会的治理,悄悄地产生了巨大的影响。
        这样的努力和举措朝着一个方向前进:即在全球治理条件下达到对人类共同体的知识体系的深入了解,发展出一种超越任何单一文化、国家或民族的‘全球文化空间’。因此,中国、欧洲和全世界的发展与治理这个主题逐渐成为全世界学者的核心研究兴趣之一。

变化世界中的中国

        中国和中国人正在为世界秩序和型塑全球社会做出重要的贡献。中国在考虑哪些关于全球的重要问题?中国对全球问题的思考和行为的方式是怎样的?我们希望与西方参会者们讨论由这些问题所带来的话题,包括发展、教育、经济、法律、移民、家庭、环境、公共卫生、人类安全以及全球治理。
       在过去的将近30年,中国实行了“走出去”战略, 鼓励中国企业在海外投资。该政策不仅仅涉及到经济,还涉及到金融、语言、文化、科学、技术、社科、出版业以及媒体,并按照其规则建立了亚投行。
       近年来,习近平主席访问了55个国家,推动他所倡导的“一带一路”的区域发展战略与中国的治国理政模型。他在2015年访英时说到,“随着中国实力上升,我们将逐步承担更多力所能及的责任,努力为促进世界经济增长和完善全球治理贡献中国的智慧和力量。” 2017年1月,习近平在日内瓦出席“共商共筑人类命运共同体”高级别会议发表的主旨演讲,阐明了中国参与全球治理的基本原则,即坚持对话协商,建设一个持久和平的世界; 坚持共建共享,建设一个普遍安全的世界;坚持合作共赢,建设一个共同繁荣的世界;坚持交流互鉴,建设一个开放包容的世界;坚持绿色低碳,建设一个清洁美丽的世界。

全球中国对话系列

        为了共同构建人类命运共同体,中国与国际社会首先需要对话,来讨论上面提及的人类面临共同关心的问题。全球中国对话系列(GCDS)关注这些问题是为了从跨学科和比较的视野,通过华人和非华人学者、专家、专业人士、从业者以及感兴趣的学者们的公共对话与讨论,提高公众对当前全球事务和共同感兴趣的话题的理解。
       除了大专院校、研究部门和专业智库之外,全球中国对 话/论坛也将与中国和其他国家政府、国际组织、媒体和出版单位等密切合作,长期跟踪全球热点话题,为中国和华人参与全球社会的社会建设和全球社会的综合治理、推进全球公共利益等提供了一个高端平台。
       这项系列活动是一个持续进行的社会创造性活动,它把中国与西方的学者和意见领袖聚在一起,探讨转文化与文化生成性,参与型塑超越单一文化、国家、民族的“全球文化空间”。
       全球中国对话还发展“文明的对话”的规则,鼓励双方彼此相互倾听、理解文化差异、尊重地方习俗、接受不同的观点、承认人类的共同命运。这些规则尤其探讨由各国政府、国际组织、跨国公司、非政府组织以及公民为主题的新型的全球治理模式,共建一个以和谐共生为基础的人类命运共同体。
       全球中国对话系列将在联合国可持续发展目标 (SDGs) 的框架下展开活动,这符合联合国教科文组织的创造性才智并在人的思想中建立起保卫和平的屏障和可持续发展的条件。过去和未来几年的主题如下:

主办单位

         全球中国研究院(公益组织注册号:1154640;英国社会科学院成员单位)通过中国与世界的比较性的对话来履行其为所有人谋福利的使命。通过其全球网络和出版物,如《中国比较研究》和系列丛书以及全球中国对话系列,它旨在提供平台使中国和西方思想家一起讨论与研究,生成共享的成果,以创造一个造福于人类的世界。该活动呈现出学术界、政府、国际组织以及学术非政府组织在全球问题与治理领域的关注和转文化实践。
       全球中国对话系列是由全球中国比较研究会、全球青年精英计划(YES Global)和UVIC集团于2014年发起的。2015年是中英文化交流年,第二届全球中国对话活动得到了中国驻英大使馆文化处、英国文化委员会、英国社会学会、中国世界政治研究会等机构、学术团体和参与活动的所有支持和赞助单位的鼎力相助。
       现在,全球中国对话系列是由全球中国研究院、英国伦敦国王学院中国研究院、英国威斯敏斯特大学中国传媒中心和中国人民大学人大重阳金融研究院联合主办。

组委会

主席  

  • 常向群教授,全球中国研究院院长(英国); 伦敦大学学院荣誉教授
  • 凯瑞·布朗教授,英国伦敦国王学院中国研究院院长
  • 戴雨果教授,英国威斯敏斯特大学中国传媒中心主任
  • 王文教授, 中国人民大学重阳金融研究院执行院长

成员(按姓氏拼音顺序) 

  • 马丁·阿尔布劳教授,英国社科院院士,英国社会学会名誉副主席
  • 冯东宁博士,伦敦大学亚非学院语言系高级讲师
  • 王斯福教授,伦敦经济学院人类学系荣休教授 
  • 克里斯·汉森先生,英中了解协会秘书长
  • 马丁·雅克先生,英国剑桥大学政治和国际研究高级研究员
  • 李强教授,中国清华大学社会科学院院长;中国社会学学会前会长
  • 李嵬教授,英国社科院院士,伦敦大学学院教育研究所应用语言学中心主任
  • 罗教讲教授,中国武汉大学社会发展研究院院长;全球中国研究院副院长
  • 托尼·麦肯勒里教授,英国社科院院士,皇家艺术院院士,英国经济社会研究委员会代理首席执行官兼研究主任
  • 张乐天教授,中国复旦大学社会文化人类学研究中心、当代中国社会生活资料中心主任,全球中国研究院中方院长

支持单位(按拼音顺序)

  • 欧洲改革中心
  • 伦敦大学学院应用语言研究中心
  • 英国伦敦大学亚非学院翻译研究中心
  • 法国中欧社会论坛
  • 英国筷子俱乐部
  • 中国复旦大学当代社会生活资料研究中心
  • 英国社科语料库研究中心
  • 全球中国出版社
  • 全球中国智库
  • 《中国比较研究》
  • 伦敦中国研究社
  • 中国复旦大学社会文化人类学研究中心
  • 中国北京大学社会理论研究中心
  • 中国人民大学社会学理论与方法研究中心
  • 英中了解协会
  • 英国汉学研究生学会
  • 英国社会学会
  • 中国社会学会
  • 英国UVIC教育集团

赞助单位(按拼音顺序)

  • 中国人民大学重阳金融研究院
  • 中国浙江传媒学院话语与传播研究中心
  • 上海天律信息技术有限公司
  • 武汉大学社会发展研究院
  • 消失世界基金会

媒体支持单位

  • 中国网
  • 新华社新华网
  • 《中国日报》欧洲分社

(待更新)   

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