Event Listing


Special invitation

The Blessing Dedication and Launch of Oh! Mother
Oh! Mother will be unveiled/Dedicated to God Almighty 
Date-- Saturday 31st October 2015 
Time--1.30 -4pm
Venue--St John The Evangelist, Church of England.
Goose Green East Dulwich. 62a East Dulwich Road,... read more

Your table booking includes:

* Drinks reception
* Three-course seated dinner including beverages
* Awards programme guide
* Entertaining host for the evening
* Access to post-event photos


6.00pm – Drinks reception

7.30pm – Dinner

10.00pm – Carriages



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The outstanding people at the 2014 International Achievement Recognition Awards...

The International Achievement Recognition Awards Dinner is coming up this Sat 12th Sept at the Hilton London Dockland. 
Time - 5pm

For tickets please contact 07957059494 or 07947738512.

Extraordinary Event for Extraordinary People.

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The time has come again to showcase and celebrate black history month as we at LACE believe that black history is every day and every month.

In tune with London Fashion week we at LACE will be celebrating and showcasing emerging and established designers.


London Africa Cultural Event is a celebration of African design and diverse of ethnic in celebration of Black History... read more


With an expected footfall of over 2,000 Nigerian and Ghanaian property investors, this Event brings together under one roof reputable experts from the Nigerian and Ghanaian Real Estate Sector. The Event takes place over two days in London. It is a must for companies involved in the real estate sectors in Nigeria or Ghana.

This Event represents a... read more

The Africa Centre & Sulger-Buel Lovell Gallery present 53 Echoes of Zaire: Popular Painting from Lubumbashi, DRC. A collection of popular paintings by several Congolese artists that depict 1970’s Zaire. These works offer an unparalleled opportunity to understand the country’s key historical moments, as recollected through folk memory. These paintings will be exhibited for the first time in... read more

This paper is based on ethnographic research that was conducted in two borderlands – the South Africa/Mozambican border and the South Africa/Lesotho border. I use this research as an example to show how the migrant child that is imagined in South African law is a fantasy of the western child imagined in international child rights regimes. I then contrast this legal production of the child (and... read more

Medsin, in collaboration with Edinburgh University Global Public Health Unit, are excited to announce that we will be hosting a talk and discussion by Dr David McCoy. David McCoy is the Director of Medact and a senior clinical lecturer at the Centre for Primary Care and Public Health at Queen Mary University, London. He previously worked as a Director for Public Health in the NHS; and before... read more

Who should attend this meeting? University leaders and those with strategic, policy, professional or academic responsibilities for and interest in developing international partnerships to provide accessible education opportunities to students domiciled in Sub-Saharan Africa. In the framework of the conference, four workshops will take place exploring ways to make international degree... read more


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