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A Handful of Dust: a Photography Exhibition by Nish Nalbandian

The title of the book is selected from T. S. Eliot’s poem The Waste Land as it captures the way in which people have been displaced during the Syrian War. In this reportage refugees are shown more than just eking out an existence, they are depicted as enterprising with a desire to rebuild their lives.

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Frontline Fixers Fund Dinner 2018

Safa Al Ahmad, Jeremy Bowen, Lindsey Hilsum, Christina Lamb and Sean Langan invite you to the annual fundraising dinner for the Frontline Fund.

QUO VADIS, AIDA?

SCREENING DISCUSSION with Writer/Director Jasmila Zbanic and Journalist, war correspondent & Author Janine di Giovanni “Quo Vadis, Aida?” could do for the Srebrenica massacre what “Schindler’s List” accomplished for the Holocaust. – ForeignPolicy.com Nominated for the 2021 BAFTA award for Best Director and Best Film Not In The English Language and for the 2021 Academy Award for Best […]

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The Golden Rule

BOOK TALK THE GOLDEN RULE Thursday 13th May 7pm BST With Amanda Craig & host Kelly Falconer A highly enjoyable story about female resilience and finding fulfilment on your own terms, with a twist that is all the more compelling for its unexpectedness ― Sunday Times Amanda Craig’s new novel turns on two women who […]

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DNA Of The Iconic Image

Main Photograph above, Don McCullins, Shell-shocked US Marine, The Battle of Hue   PHOTOGRAPHY TALK DNA OF THE ICONIC IMAGE Thursday 6th May 7pm BST Part of series with photographer Carol Allen-Storey Panel:   Fiona Shields – Commissioning photo editor at the Guardian newspaper, London     Brandei Estes – Head of photography Sotheby’s London   […]

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Vaccine Diplomacy

The Covid-19 pandemic marks the first time in modern history that all of humanity has experienced the same invisible public health menace at once. It has also revealed deep fractures in the multilateral approach to vaccine distribution – with production hoarded and even blocked, and with many countries left to fend for themselves. Meanwhile, taking […]

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Irish Mother & Baby Homes Scandal

Virtual Screening PLUS Discussion We will be showing a 30 minute film followed by a discussion. In a specially edited episode of People and Power, filmmaker Callum Macrae and reporter Laurence Lee investigates deeply disturbing allegations that both the Irish state and its religious orders were responsible for a systematic decades-long regime of institutional neglect and exploitation involving the death of […]

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DADLAND with Keggie Carew

Book Night Tom Carew was 24 when he parachuted into Nazi-occupied France under the cover of night. He was part of the secret Operation Jedburgh, the motto of which was “Surprise, Kill, Vanish”. His role was to liaise with the local resistance, and even in daredevil company he was notably enterprising and brave, later escaping from […]

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Afghanistan 20 Years On

Picture above: Tarana Akbari, 12, screams after a suicide bombing at Abul Fazel Shrine in Kabul on Dec. 6, 2011 Photograph: AFP/Massoud Hossaini. It is almost 20 years since the Taliban regime was removed from power in Afghanistan and the Allied military engagement in the country began. Any change made is now threatened as the United […]

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The Influence Of Ethnic Diversity in Photography

What are the challenges and cultural sway for black and ethnic diversity in the photographic world? With       Host: Carol Allen-Storey is an award-winning photojournalist     Panel Below:     Jennie Ricketts is a photography editor, curator, consultant and mentor. She is a former Picture Editor of The Observer Magazine,where she worked for […]

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Environment – Plastics in Our Oceans, How To Turn The Tide

(Picture above Jasmin Sessler) Panel Discussion With Jo Ruxton, Co-Founder Plastic Oceans UK and producer of the documentary feature film, ‘A Plastic Ocean’ (on Netflix), Prof Richard Thompson OBE FRS, World-leading marine scientist, founder and head of Plymouth University’s International Marine Litter Research Unit, which has charted the global distribution of microplastics from Arctic sea ice to the deep seas, Prof Helmut […]

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Book Night – How To Stay Sane In An Age Of Division

Ours is the age of contagious anxiety. We feel overwhelmed by the events around us, by injustice, by suffering, by an endless feeling of crisis. So, how can we nurture the parts of ourselves that hope, trust and believe in something better? Join us on Book Night, Tuesday 16th March, 7pm (GMT) with Elif Shafak and Kelly Falconer 

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ARTconnects Creative Forum – Representation Of Migrants/Refugees

Join us for the ARTconnects Creative Forum where art meets journalism. Hosted by Filmmaker and Human Rights Activist,  Salma Zulfiqar Refugee girls and special guests this creative event will explore the representation of migrant/refugee females in the media through art and debate.

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Reporting Democracy’s Faultlines

Are we living in a new age of protest? Journalists who have been covering some of the world’s most dramatic recent protests and civil unrest will discuss how people across the political spectrum are making their voices heard, and with what consequences.

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Photography – The Most Influential Photos Ever Taken

©Philip Jones-Griffiths Vietnam Inc. (large picture above)   Powerful photography is a form of bearing witness, a way of bringing a single vision to the larger world, creating a strong empathy for the story telling, demanding a call to action, because they can create a persuasive atmosphere where change is possible. A series of talks […]

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World Briefing 2021 – Foreign Correspondents & Experts Discuss World News

Panel Discussion Moderated by Michael Bociurkiw.  Joined By: Janine di Giovanni  a multi-award winning journalist and author, a Senior Fellow and Professor at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs         Andrei Soldatov, Russian investigative journalist and Russian security services expert, co-founder and editor of the Agentura.Ru and author of the recent book […]

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BOOK NIGHT:THE AUTUMN OF THE ACE with Louis de Bernières & Kelly Falconer

  A different format to our usual events, Book Nights will randomly offer five attendees to join the author and the host (with video), the rest of the audience will be muted but will be able to post or ask questions live.  Hosted by Kelly Falconer The idea is to encourage reading and discussion of reading, […]

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COUP 53 Documentary Q&A with Walter Murch and Taghi Amirani

    ****You can watch the film at your own time via the link below available until end of February https://watch.eventive.org/coup53/play/6011b7cf3f8be60030cc5f72   Larushka Ivan-Zadeh will be hosting the Q&A. She is a film critic at The Times, Film Editor at The Metro and a contributor to Radio 4‘s Film Programme. While making a documentary about […]

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The Power of the Still Image: Inspiration for photo series during Covid

DISCUSSION Thursday 4th February, 7pm (GMT) THE INSPIRATION TO CREATE PHOTO SERIES DURING COVID A series of talks related to the influence and impact of the still photograph in conversation with documentary photographer Carol Allen-Storey. The still photo captures a moment in time allowing the viewer to slow down and think, be reflective. It allows for […]

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In Solidarity- The Migration Blanket

In Solidarity- The Migration Blanket is a collaborative artwork created during COVID-19 by Refugee and Asylum Seeker girls and women around the world and international artist and Human Rights Activist , Salma Zulfiqar. As we approach the the International Migrants Day (18th Dec), the work shines a light on the need for compassion, tolerance and acceptance […]

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Battle for the BBC – Post Screening Discussion

We are excited to host a panel discussion on Monday, 23rd November in collaboration with Al Jazeera’s media critique programme The Listening Post, following the launch of their new documentary ‘Battle for the BBC’. Set against the backdrop of the Johnson government’s threats and manoeuvres, ‘Battle for the BBC’ zeroes in on a tension that […]

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The Rise of Populism

Populism can range from persuasive politics to a dangerous agenda that creates internal and external conflict, negates climate change and rejects human rights. We have been experiencing a swell, that could become irreversible if left unchecked. Our panel discusses how we handle this global rise of populism. with Jon Lee Anderson American biographer, author, investigative reporter, […]

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Luxor

ONLINE Screenings Take 2 steps Ticket purchase will give you access (48hrs) to watch the film online, at ‘modern films’ The Q&A with Director Zeina Durra on Monday the 16th November 19:00 is free by registration here:  FREE Q&A   A film by Zeina Durra | English, Arabic  Drama | 85min Cast: Andrea Riseborough, Karim Saleh When […]

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A Sea Of Scandals

Panel Discussion Thursday 19th November, at 7pm GMT, will see the next in our series of environmental events- organised and curated by us at Clear Public Space in conjunction with the renowned Frontline Club #environmentalfrontline.   You can watch a short synopsis video of our last debate in which the EU Commission’s Professor Helmut Maurer, […]

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Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins

“New documentary about the great Texas columnist, sends an urgent message from the Bush years to a nation under Trump with sharp humour” — Guardian”New documentary about the great Texas columnist, sends an urgent message from the Bush years to a nation under Trump with sharp humour” — Guardian

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Black Lives Matter

#blacklivesmatter The Frontline Club invites a conversation between leading Black journalists and commentators to ask; what are the consequences of reporting the world predominantly through a white gaze?

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On All Fronts: The Education of a Journalist

“On All Fronts takes the reader on a riveting journey of storytelling. . . From Russia to China to Syria, [she] navigate[s] the most intense of human experiences while finding the tools to stay emotional.”–Lynsey Addario, author of It’s What I Do: A Photographer’s Life of Love and War

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Pandemic Plastic – a Burning Issue

Pandemic Plastic A Burning Issue. By burning, are we burning our future? Burning plastics is a primary source of Green House Gases. The plastic pollution crisis that overwhelms our oceans is also a significant threat to the Earth’s climate. At current levels, greenhouse gas emissions from the plastic lifecycle hinder the ability of the world community […]

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From the front – The Freelance perspective

The Freelancer Perspective: This week, a discussion with leading freelance journalists about the challenges they face covering world events.

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Global Britain: The world’s laundromat of choice

Whatever the scandal, whoever the crook, as long as there’s money involved, there’s always a British angle. Britain is where kleptocrats love to put their money, where they come to manage their reputations, and to arrange their affairs. A succession of governments has failed to take this seriously enough, focussing instead on the need to […]

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On the Frontline

Foreign correspondents discuss world news and their profession. Moderated by Frank Langfitt, NPR

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Pear, Walnut & Gorgonzola Salad

Lots of what passes as salad in my home is really a diabolical dishes disguised by the words ‘light lunch’ meaning we will have it when it is light outside, that’s all.

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