Welcome to the Global Centre

Upcoming Events

The informal World at Lunch discussion group continues every Thursday 1pm to 2pm   

An Evening with CafeDirect - Friday 28th October 7pm to 8:30pm 

Claire Rhodes, General Manager Cafédirect Producers’ Foundation will talk about the work of the Foundation in supporting the development of smallholder Fairtrade tea and coffee farmers across East Africa and Latin America. Please contact DDE to reserve a place. 



Gown meets Town - Wednesday 2nd November 7pm to 8:30pm

The Refugee Crisis: Controversy, Indifference, Bias and Concern 

Professor Nick gill, University of Exeter, will discusses the different responses to the refugee crisis that have been evident in local and national media and among activists.


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Talk Shop - Thursday 10th November 7pm to 9pm

Crisis in Democracy: What is the best change we can make, locally and nationally, to help people feel they have a stake in our democracy? In small groups we will discuss five possible options. Everyone will have an opportunity to express their view. 

Please register by contacting DDE as we need to know numbers for planning purposes. 

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Devon Globe Trotters - Saturday 12th November 7pm to 9:30pm

Panama to Nicaragua: A talk by Pat and Rick Blower on their work as trustees for the Santa Rosa Fund, a charity supporting educational initiatives in Nicaragua

Please contact DDE to book a place. 

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World at Lunch - Wednesday 16th Novemember 1pm to 2pm 

‘I can’t stay here’ Reflections on the Calais refugee camp: Nicole Redfern, DDE project coordinator will talk about her experience volunteering in the Calais Jungle, and the scheduled demolition of the camp



Fund Raising Success ... 

Many thanks to those who cycled on Saturday 16th July from Dawlish Warren to Exmouth to raise money for the Residential Hostel for Visually Impaired Pupils at Katente West Primary School.

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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... 

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

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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


Report of Sue Errington's visit to Uganda - September 2016 

Our Home Isn't Safe Anymore - A Syrian Families Journey. Education Pack (1Mb) and Introductory Presentation (2Mb) Creative Commons Licence
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

Sewing supplies needed for Afri-pads

Look at the presentation on DDE's work in 2015-2016  (3MB) also our Appeal letter and details of a Trustee vacancy  

Read the Food Glorious Food Project News to find out what has been happening this summer on this project 

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An evening with ...
Oct 28, 2016
Plymouth Global Book Club
Nov 02, 2016
Gown meets Town
Nov 02, 2016

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