Strengthening decision making on UK-China issues through
education and dialogue.
Frank Slevin, Chairman, UKNCC New Year message:
"The lifting of COVD restrictions, resumption of international travel, and shared need to prioritise economic grow & cooperation on issues of concern such as climate change presents a picture we haven’t seen for nearly 3 years…one of opportunity.
But we in the UK - with an eye on UK interests - must ensure that we are not left behind. And that we remain at the forefront of promoting exchanges and encouraging dialogue between the UK and China."
UKNCC is Britain’s leading organisation strengthening decision making on China related issues through education and dialogue.
Our activities help people of the UK make clear sighted decisions on their engagement with China. In an era witnessing a rise of misinformation and uninformed debate, UKNCC works to differentiate 'the noise' from robust, evidenced and well constructed information and supports thoughtful exploration through education and dialogue.
The discourse on China is dominated by 'hawks' and 'apologists'. This can lead to over simplification and poor decision making. The UKNCC seeks to promote a fuller debate without entertaining extreme views or perpetuating false silos. China's role in issues of security, climate change, global health, trade and investment and human rights are interconnected concerns affecting UK government, business and civil society alike. It is only by bringing together and exploring a plurality of views can people determine how best to engage.
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Frank Slevin, Chairman
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