Ceri Dingle is Director of WORLDwrite, an education charity with an uncompromising commitment to global equality whose campaigning slogan is ‘Ferraris for all’. WORLDwrite campaigns for change using film and through an online news channel WORLDbytes.
Ceri established a free film training facility for young people and has assisted young volunteers in producing over 1000 challenging programmes in the past 10 years. She directed a series of 5 documentaries entitled Pricking the Missionary Position shot in Ghana, West Africa, and directed the film Sylvia Pankhurst: Everything is Possible on the lesser known suffragette heroine. Her latest film Every Cook Can Govern on the life and works of C.L.R James, completed in April 2016 has already received great acclaim.
Before venturing into film Ceri toured young people across the globe, from the heart of the Amazon rain forest, to life with the families of Hiroshima bomb victims in Japan.
Saturday 12 July 2008, 11.15am Norton Rose LLP
The China and human rights controversy
Saturday 1 November 2008, 10.30am Lecture Theatre 1
China and India: catching up with the West?
Saturday 1 November 2008, 1.30pm Lecture Theatre 1
Growing pains: the pros and cons of economic dynamism
Saturday 1 November 2008, 3.30pm Lecture Theatre 1
Emerging Economies – Question Time
Saturday 1 November 2008, 5.15pm Upper Gulbenkian Gallery
Immigration: the more the scarier?
Sunday 2 November 2008, 12.45pm Lecture Theatre 1
"For one weekend in the year, in the centre of London, it's as if ideas matter, it's as if the world really can be made a better place through the free and energetic exercise of reason."
Austen Ivereigh, Catholic commentator