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Ebola: Frontline - BBC Panorama documentary

On Monday, 17th November, MSF's work fighting Ebola will be featured on Panorama, the BBC’s leading current affairs programme. The documentary follows MSF UK doctor Javid Abdelmoneim as he spends a month working at MSF's Kailahun Ebola management centre in Sierra Leone.

08.11.2014 to 11.11.2014

The International World Extreme Medicine Conference and EXPO 2014 will host some of the very best speakers and leading figures in remote extreme medicine fields from around the world.

Missing Maps project

Please join us via livestream on Friday 7th November at 18:15 GMT for the launch of the Missing Maps project.


The Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI) is pleased to invite you to the annual public Tri-Institute lecture, in conjunction with the Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM) and the Brooks World Povery Institute.This year's event features speakers working at the forefront of the current Ebola Response in West Africa. It brings together anthropologists, medical doctors and humanitarian workers to critically reflect on progress to date and what more can be done.

Hepatitis C injection

MSF is holding a public meeting with two speakers who are experts in the field of providing hepatitis C care in Scotland and in limited resource settings. This will be an exciting and fascinating meeting on how we are working towards the ultimate goal of curing the world of hepatitis C. 7pm, 4th November.


Lecture Theatre 1, Appleton Tower


A public discussion with a panel of experts, held by LSE Arts and MSF, will reflect back on international aid and investment and discuss what is next for Afghanistan.


New Theatre, East Building, LSE

The Brass Kats

A charity gig in Kingston upon Thames with fun and extremely talented musicians plus fire breathing from Georgia Spins. Music includes Rap, Reggae/Ska and Rock. This Saturday at The Fighting Cock, Old London Road, starting at 19:30 and only £3 on the door.


A discussion of Issam Kourbaj’s installation in St Peter’s Church in Cambridge will take place at 8 pm on 9th October with ticket proceeds being donated to MSF.


Kettle's Yard

03.10.2014 to 04.10.2014

On Friday 3rd of October and Saturday 4th October a book sale will be held at the African-Caribbean Market in The Forum, Norwich for Norfolk Black History Month.


The Forum

'8,000 Miles for Peace' Parkholme Supper Club

Nineteen-sixty-two was the height of the Cold War. Kruschev had escalated things by performing a series of nuclear tests, the Americans were responding and in October there was the Cuban missile crisis. In the midst of all this, two young Indians, Satish Kumar and EP Mennon, felt ashamed. They had seen the 90-year old Bertrand Russell go to jail for civil disobedience, demonstrating against nuclear armaments and asked themselves, "what are we doing?". Thus the idea of the Peace Walk was born.