The David Davies Memorial Institute (DDMI) was pleased to host, “Etty,” a one-woman play performed by Susan Stein and directed by Austin Pendleton. The play is based on the diaries and letters of Etty Hillesum a young Jewish woman living in the Netherlands under Nazi occupation.
Mark Simmonds's Davies Paper is entitled ‘Reflections on UK Africa Relations: Britain and Africa after 50 years’. The Davies Paper is a version of his speech delivered at the University of Birmingham on 21 November 2014, as part of the BISA ‘Africa and International Studies’ working group series on Britain and Africa after 50.
The DDMI was pleased to host Professor Colin Wright, former Aberystwyth student and faculty member, as he delivered a talk on “Protest and International Politics in the Information Age.” He discussed the impact of information technology on protest movements across the world; from the Arab Spring to Occupy Wall-Street and the Snowdon Leaks. For more information, please click at the header.
A world-leading expert on nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation, Dr Rebecca Johnson, gave a talk on 'Remember Humanity: Security Imperatives to Ban Nuclear Weapons'. For more information, and for the vidcast from the lecture itself, please click at the header.