The Talking Peace Festival is a global arts and cultural platform designed to engage people in the most urgent issues of peace and conflict around the world.
Now in its fourth year, the Talking Peace Festival celebrates the International Day of Peace on 21 September and showcases the power of words and creativity in resolving conflict.
Held at House of Vans London from 21–24 September, the festival will feature an interactive exhibition demonstrating the everyday ways we can all support peace, the return of our innovative pop-up restaurant Conflict Café – exploring the Syrian crisis through the country’s cuisine, and a fascinating Peace Talks discussion. Find out more below.
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21–23 September 2017
Conflict Café celebrates the power of food to break down barriers and get people talking. Diners join communal tables, where they are treated to a feast of traditional dishes from countries that have experienced conflict around the world. Great food is at the heart of Conflict Café, but it is also an informative and interactive dining experience. This year, we will take diners on a culinary journey through Syria, where the conflict has now entered its sixth year. Guests will find out more about the issues facing the country, hearing from the chef and our experts at brief intervals throughout the three-course meal. Conflict Café is running for three nights, from 21–23 September. To buy tickets click HERE. For further information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peace in Progress
21–24 September 2017
Peace is just as much about communities living together, side by side, and resolving their differences without resorting to violence as it is about people signing a treaty or laying down their arms. That is why we believe that we all have a role to play in building a more peaceful future. In this immersive exhibition, we will demonstrate the everyday ways we can all support peace – at home and around the world. More details to follow.
21 September 2017
Peace Talks is our panel discussion series, which looks at current themes and developments around the world affecting peace, providing an interactive platform where people can discuss and challenge big questions about peace. More details to follow.
House of Vans London
Arches, 228–232 Station Approach Road
London, SE1 8SW
Travel tip: The easiest route is via Waterloo station. Take exit 1 located next to platform 1, turn right and walk straight down. House of Vans London is located on your right-hand side.