Why War? Gino Strada at the Royal College of Surgeons

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Gino Strada, co-founder of Emergency

In 2015, 65.3 million people were displaced by conflicts worldwide. These people fled their homes in search of safety and this is just one of the consequences caused by wars all around the world.

Why War? This is the main question that will lead the conversation between Gino Strada and Giles Duley on Friday, 22 at the Royal College of Surgeons in London.

During the event, organised by Emergency UK, author, award winning correspondent and journalist Janine di Giovanni, will interview Gino Strada, war surgeon and co-founder of the international humanitarian organisation Emergency, and Giles Duley, world renowned humanitarian photographer. 

It will be a unique opportunity to learn more and reflect on the economic, psychological, environmental and physical scars that wars cause even long after peace treaties have been signed.

Why War Tickets cost £17 and are available here.
Proceeds from the night will fund Emergency’s projects in Afghanistan.
Why War? 22 Friday 2016, The Royal College of Surgeons of England, 35-43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3PE


EMERGENCYGiles DuleyGino StradaJanine di GiovanniRoyal College of Surgeons
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