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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British politicians and Caribbean lobby groups issue a challenge to the Caribbean Diaspora to get more involved in British politics.
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