Ethiopia Since Live Aid
Date: Thursday 29th November, 2012
Join us for canapes and drinks in the company of our speaker, Peter Gill, a journalist specialising in developing world affairs and author of Famine and Foreigners: Ethiopia Since Live Aid. Peter was one of the journalists who brought the 1984/85 famine to public attention and he will give his assessment of the situation after 25 years.
Ethiopia Since Live Aid
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