Our association supports the values of democracy and social justice embodied in the English edition of Le Monde Diplomatique newspaper. We provide a forum for debates on contemporary international issues, chiefly through our public “Cafe Diplo” talks held at The Gallery in Farringdon, London on Monday evenings (see venue). Our events (presented in English) are opened by an invited speaker and allow for lively debate. Admission free, but suggested contribution to expenses £3, concessions £2.
If you have missed any past Cafes, you will find recordings of them under the “Audio” tab. Recordings are usually available within 48 hours after the Cafe.
Dr Jamie Woodcock - 18.45 on Monday 3rd February 2020
One of the huge changes in today’s employment structure is the rapidly growing number of workers engaged in casual and precarious work within the so-called 'gig economy', a term applied increasingly in differentiated circumstances worldwide but also specifically to those who depend for their pay on insecure working arrangements which ...Read More
Professor Robert West -18.45 on Monday 17th February 2020
What convictions and desires form our choices, and motivate us to take action, personal, professional and political? What incentives, arguments ...Read More
Professor Jacqueline McGlade -18.45 on Monday 16th March 2020
As carbon emissions from fossil fuels rise inexorably from the world’s greatest industrial powers, it is clear that on our ...Read More