Conference on Crisis Management


King’s Think Tank is delighted to announce our upcoming day-long conference on the 11th of February taking place at Bush House on the King’s College London Strand Campus. This event will bring together six diverse policy centres and provide an opportunity for meaningful dialogue on a variety of topics belonging to the realm of Business and Economics, Defence and Diplomacy, Education, European Affairs, Global Health, and Technology and Innovation.

The conference will feature seven independent talks from the seven policy centres, each discussing the key issues and challenges facing their particular areas. Each talk will be led by a panel of experts and industry leaders, who will bring their own distinct perspectives to the table. Our panellists will include scientists, politicians, academics, and businesspeople. The aim of the conference is to provide an opportunity for meaningful dialogue, debate, and exchange of ideas on key topics.

The conference is organized by students, with the purpose of connecting policy-makers and policy experts for mutual benefit. We hope to provide a platform for further discussions and collaboration amongst participants, to foster an understanding of the complexities and nuances of the policy issues at hand. 

We invite you to sign up to join us on the 11th of February and to take part in a stimulating and thought-provoking day of discussion.


King’s College London Strand Campus,

Bush House Central Block.


February 11th, 2023.

9:00 am – 7:30 pm GMT

Detailed Schedule and Speakers

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We would like to express our gratitude to all attendees and speakers for making this year’s conference the success it was. Our team’s efforts would be meaningless if it was for you all, and for that we remain incredibly grateful.

Furthermore, we are delighted to see our conference being featured in the Lancet.

Please find the reference to the article below:

Offline: What are universities for?

Richard Horton

The Lancet, vol. 401, issue 10376, (2023), pp: 537, Published by Elsevier.