November at the Frontline Club

From a survivor of the genocide in Rwanda to Tariq Ali and his searing critique of the US under President Barack Obama and Mort Rosenblum who casts a sharp eye over foreign reporting in the last 40 years, we’ve a great line up of guests at the Frontline Club for November.

Also in our packed programme is a discussion on accountability in the aid industry, screenings on the building of an Afghan military, the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia and international justice in Sierra Leone.

The First Wednesday of the month is again devoted to a topical discussion hosted by Paddy O’Connell of BBC Radio 4’s Broadcasting House. These discussions are lively and engaging, with plenty of opportunity to discuss and debate current issues of the day.

Check out this review of First Wednesday here.

For anyone even remotely interested in current affairs, politics, and lively debate, the first Wednesday events at the Frontline Club can easily become an addiction. I know of nowhere else where it is possible to hear people actually connected with important events talk, and where it is possible to ask them direct questions. The events are moderated with great skill and good humour by Paddy O’Connell.

For details of the full programme and to book, take a look at our website