The First Cambridge BRI Initiative International Conference
Thursday, 5th July 2018 at 09:00 – Saturday, 7th July 2018 at 17:30 (BST)
OBOR International @ Cambridge invites you to attend the First Cambridge Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) International Conference, 5th-7th July 2018.
The objective of this event is to exchange ideas on how the international community can play an active role in supporting developing economies in the 21st century via international peace, development and collaboration. The basic themes will be centred around the 5 goals of BRI i.e. international polices, infrastructure, finance, trade and cultural exchange. To achieve the most from the event, we have invited a distinguished panel of world leading experts to set out their views on BRI, and ways in which its goals can be most effectively achieved.
The Forum consists of 3 parallel forums:
1. BRI Main Forum (Expert Discussion) (5-6th July 2018)
- Development strategies and international relationships (5th July)
– Establishment of a system for international co-operation using BRI
- Legal support and financial resources- Building a better business environment (5th July)
– Legal issues: Dispute resolution for cross-border trade/investment under BRI
– Financial resources: Optimization of financial resources distribution under BRI
- Recognition of history, diversity and cultural cooperation (6th July)
- BRI Economics, investment, trade, Innovation (science and technology) and commerce (6th July)
2. BRI World Youth Forum (6th July 2018):
- The Belt and Road is a century-long plan for world peace and development. We have invited young professionals and students from all over the world to discuss the theory and practice behind this international dveelopment initiative. Advancing human civilization, building a sustainable world and establishing a new platform for global innovation.
3. BRI World Health Forum (7th July 2018):
- In order to implement the 2014-2023 WHO Traditional Medicine Strategy, an international team of experts and scholars will gather at Cambridge to present and discuss recent advances in traditional medicine from China, India and Africa and how modern technologies can be used to develop novel therapeutics for the treatment of chronic and infectious diseases. A new Europe-Asia-Africa Alliance of World Traditional Medicines (particularly TCM) will be founded at the BRI Forum.
To become a co-organiser,sponsor or exhibitor, or to pay a discounted registration fee DIRECTLY to the Forum please contact the Forum organisers:
via email: email@example.com
Co-organisors: Cambridge Oriental Culture Association, LINK CHINA, Global Elite Co. Ltd.