Welcome to the Global Centre

Upcoming Events

The informal World at Lunch discussion group continues every Thursday 1pm to 2pm when there is not a Special.  

Thank you to those who have helped with the Lightning Conductor Appeal - we have so far raised just under £800 nearly enough for four schools to have lightning conductors fitted.

World at Lunch Special - Thursday 11th February 1pm to 2pm 

Liz Moore, a retired midwife, will talk about the work of the charity she set up, this provides the basic necessities of life to the Maasai people living in a group of  rural villages in Tanzania, East Africa. Their projects are round food and water security, health, education for girls and microfinance for women so that they may support their families.

 

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Gown meets Town - Wednesday 24th February 7pm to 8:30pm 

Migration, Borders and Refugees : Ancient and Modern

Elena Isayev, Exeter University, will explore the issues around migration and refugees through stories of ancient journeys and a reflection on recent experiences of working together with Refugees in the West Bank

River and sail Boat - cropped 

Devon Globe Trotters - Saturday 19th March 7pm to 10pm

Anchorage to Mexico City

Viv Horton will talk about her North American Epic Cycling Expedition, from Alaska to Mexico and everything in between…

Viv Horton 

Here’s an idea that will help communities adapt to climate change and help protect children in school - from lightning. On 18th September 2015, lightning struck Kabyuma Primary School, in Mubende District, Uganda. Five children were killed. Please read the Headmasters story and make a gift towards purchasing a lightning conductor for a Food for Thought school in Uganda which costs £200, fitted by an engineer.

Please donate either through Virgin Money Giving or by cheque payable to ‘Devon Development Education (Lightning Appeal)’ and send to Global Centre, 17 St David’s Hill, Exeter, EX4 3RG 

 Lightning conductor

Ugandan Recipe Book Food For Thought Young Farmers Network have researched widely in cook books and on the web and selected these 10 traditional recipes. Authentic, traditional - but not original! (2MB file)

Hola Perú and Take Mali - helping you deliver the National Curriculum 2014

DDE’s innovative multi-media resources Hola Perú and Take Mali (developing intercultural understanding at KS2  and 3 through Spanish or French, Geography and Global Citizenship) can help you deliver the National Curriculum 2014 in new and inspiring ways. Read how one school in Torbay has been using Hola Perú... 

Order your copies of Hola Perú and Take Mali here... 

Hola Peru front cover Take Mali COVER 

Can you hold a fundraising event or take part in a fundraising activity for DDE in the next 12 months?  

 

Elena Isayev, Exeter University, will explore these issues through stories of ancient journeys and a reflection on recent experiences of working together with Refugees in the West Bank

 
 
   

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‘This is one of the most innovative and exciting community projects to be found in the South West… Through its activities, it is a key player in Devon in celebrating cultural diversity and challenging injustice, both of which it does energetically and enthusiastically.’  Martyn Goss, Exeter Diocese

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Look at Goodleigh Primary's blog on their Cultural Champions visit.

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Booking for Upcoming Events

World at Lunch
Feb 11, 2016
Gown meets Town
Feb 24, 2016
Fairtrade Fortnight
Feb 27, 2016 - Mar 13, 2016

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Devon Development Education

The Global Centre

Exeter Community Centre

17 St David's Hill

Exeter EX4 3RG

01392 438811
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