We are now on day 9 of the Dying For Gold tour! Have a read of some of the latest blog posts from the TGTD team from Sheffield, Norwich and Cambridge.
Day 4: Sheffield
We rose on Sunday morning feeling slightly heavy from our delicious curry at the legendary Akbars, loaded the car and set our across mightily Yorkshire for Sheffield, the city of steel. The mining and industrial manufacturing history of the region is remembered in the names of bridges, rivers and towns across...
After months of planning and preparation, the Dying for Gold UK tour officially begun last Thursday. To keep everyone updated on the campaign, screenings, meetings with academics and media and the tour more broadly, we have been keeping a daily blog on the Dying For Gold website.
The following post is brought to you by Steve Lewis, our Global Health Advocacy Manager. Following on from our delegation post, Steve describes our visit to one of Addis Ababa’s health centres:
In February I travelled to Ethiopia with RESULTS staff and five UK parliamentarians to see health programmes and assess the effectiveness of UK support for poverty reduction in the country. The trip was a fascinating mixture of meetings with the ‘highest’ and the ‘lowest’ in the...
We are pleased to announce four of the speakers who will be joining us for our annual National Conference over the weekend of the 20th-22nd April, 2013.
With a diverse range of speakers already confirmed, including speakers from the global south, this year’s conference is shaping up to be one of our most exciting conferences to date! To find out more about them, have a read of their bios below.