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Upcoming Events

The informal World at Lunch discussion group continues every Thursday 1pm to 2pm when there is not a Special. 

Concert - Saturday 22nd September 7:30pm

Ricky Romain and Jon Sterckx, a Sitar & Tabla duo known as Samswara, will be giving a concert at South Street Baptist Church, Exeter. Samswara have been thrilling and entertaining audiences throughout the UK since 2001. During this time they have developed a reputation amongst music lovers nationally for their on stage rapport & spontaneous and playful musical dialogues - see their website www.samswara.com

Please email dde@globacentredevon.org.uk to book your ticket (cost £11).

All proceeds will go to vitally needed funds for Devon Development Education’s projects in local schools.

Refreshments - tea, coffee and soft drinks - will be served during the interval.


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Exploring the UN Sustainable Development Goals from Friday 12th October to Monday 29th October

Venue: St Petrock’s Church, High Street 


World at Lunch - Thursday 11th October 1pm to 2pm 

A Month in MadagascarJulie Crichton-Smith will talk about volunteering with a small charity called SEED Madagascar. 

Venue: Exeter Community Centre.


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Murder Mystery Dinner - Saturday 13th October 6:30pm to 9:30pm 

You do not need acting talent! All clues and ideas are provided and you will be given a character to read from a mini-script whilst trying to work out which of you is the murderer! 

This is also a fund-raising event DDE – tickets £12.50.

To book a place email dde@globalcentredevon.org.uk. The evening includes a 3-course meal followed by coffee and mints, soft drinks, all clues and character parts. Soft drinks will be provided. You are welcome to bring your own alcohol if you wish. Vegetarians happily catered for.

Venue: St Thomas


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Gown meets Town - Monday 15th October 7:00pm to 8:30pm 

Mona Helmi, PhD student at Exeter University, will talk about her research on the issues underpinning the intercultural communicative competence of overseas students living and studying in the UK

Venue: Exeter Community Centre



Hola Perú and Take Mali - helping you deliver the National Curriculum 2014

DDE’s innovative multi-media resources Hola Perú and Take Mali (developing intercultural understanding at KS2  and 3 through Spanish or French, Geography and Global Citizenship) can help you deliver the National Curriculum 2014 in new and inspiring ways. Read how one school in Torbay has been using Hola Perú... 

Order your copies of Hola Perú and Take Mali here... 

Take Mali COVER Hola Peru front cover


Can you hold a fundraising event or take part in a fundraising activity for DDE in the next 12 months?  

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‘This is one of the most innovative and exciting community projects to be found in the South West… Through its activities, it is a key player in Devon in celebrating cultural diversity and challenging injustice, both of which it does energetically and enthusiastically.’  Martyn Goss, Exeter Diocese


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Booking for Upcoming Events

Sitar and Tabla Concert
Sep 22, 2018
World at Lunch
Oct 11, 2018
Gown meets Town
Oct 15, 2018

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