Global Book Club, World at Lunch, Town Meets Gown and Devon Globe Trotters. These events are listed here for your information, most are free and registration is not required unless you choose to show your interest.

A Gown Meets Town event at Exeter Community Centre, 7pm - 8:30pm. Noam Leshem, a visiting researcher at Exeter University will talk about his current research project which investigates archives ranging from 2nd century Jewish political theology to audio records of migrant workers held for ransom in the Sinai Peninsula.

A World at Lunch event at Exeter Community Centre, 1pm - 2pm. Toby Johnston, a DDE student volunteer, will talk about his experiences during his recent trip to Namibia.

A Celebrate Exeter’s Diver-city Workshop at Steiner Academy, Thomas Hall, Cowley Bridge Road, Exeter, EX4 5AD. 1pm - 4pm. Join the local Bangladeshi community to learn more about their fascinating country and language. Free entry.

World at Lunch event at Exeter Community Centre, 1pm - 2pm. Gentian Dyer will talk about the work of this local group which links with Nekemte, a large town in the district of Wellega in western Ethiopia.

Devon Globe Trotters event at Kennford, EX6 7TZ. 7:00pm -10:00pm. Viv Horton will talk about the work she undertook during her recent trip to Uganda. This is a fund-raising event for DDE: cost £10, booking required.

If you did not manage to come to Ross Porter's talk on Yemen on 31st January 2018, here are some video links Ross has provided which will provide a bit of background to the current situation.

If you were unable to hear Martin Mowforth's talk on 15th March 2018, here are some links to organisations he referenced.

Announcements

Welcome to the relaunched Global Centre website! We will be adding new content in the next few days, so if you can't find anything or a link doesn't work, just give us a call.

You can find upcoming Global Centre Events here, and Teacher CPD training information here.

Fairtrade Fortnight runs from 25 February until 10 March: Find out more here.

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