Institute For Strategic Dialogue

The Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) is an independent think tank working with leaders in government, business, media and academia to develop multi-country responses to the major security and socio-economic challenges of our time and to enhance Europe’s capacity to act effectively in the global arena. Headquartered in London, its activities include research, specialised task forces, high level policy briefings, scholarships and cross border networks that foster leadership and stability across Europe and its wider neighbourhood, actively bridging inter-communal, religious, socio-economic and political divides.

ISD's founder and president is George Weidenfeld, Baron Weidenfeld. Its Director/CEO is Sasha Havlicek. ISD is a registered charity in the United Kingdom.

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