Caribbean Diaspora events - UK

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Events with a Caribbean flavour in the UK


From history to culture to fete, Caribbean Intelligence provides dates for your UK diary with a love of and a respect for the Caribbean in mind..... 



Zak Ove sculpture Autonomous Morris in London

Sculpture by British-Trinidad artist Zak Ové 

Till March 2019: In London's Smithson Plaza in St James

Details and links to the artist's work available.

Celebrating a National Hero

9 March: Study Day - From Ghana to Antigua & Barbuda The Life and Times of a National Hero – Prince Klaas. Venue: V&A, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London.

Tickets £7, £5. To book call the Contact Centre on 020 7942 2000 (choose option 3).


Rethinking Mission Conference 2019

16 March: What can churches offer to missiological thinking in a contemporary post-colonial and post-transatlantic-slave-trade world? Speakers from the Anglican church in the Caribbean and the UK discuss a 21st Century mission while remembering the past. Taking place at Liverpool Cathedral. Tickets available online.


African, Caribbean and British Roots: Who Do You Think You Are?

13 April: Ancestry Talks with Paul Crooks. Tickets online.







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Trinidadians and Tobagonians mark their 50th Independence anniversary in Toronto.
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The next stop for Trini in Europe is Scotland. Includes mild wining and Scottish dancing...
Washington DC Broadcaster John Blake reflects on the Diaspora Caribbean experience in the American capital at a TT@50 event.
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Natalie Williams reflects on a visit to debt-ridden Greece and and how real-life tragedy is unfolding.
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Viewpoint from Washington DC on the future challenges facing Carnival in the US capital.
Caribbean Camera website
Pointing a camera at the Caribbean Camera in Canada, which set out to explain the Caribbean to Canadians.
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Writer Sherrie-Ann de Leon looks at Caribbean life in New York.
Robbo Ranx
BBC Radio 1Xtra urban music guru Robbo Ranx talks to Caribbean Intelligence about urban music and how he's spreading the music around the world.
Natalie Williams charts life as a Trinidadian in today's Europe.This month, she writes about feeding Libyans in Malta.
David Rudder
Caribbean Intelligence catches up with one of the most well-known Trinidadians based part of the year in Canada - soca star David Rudder.
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