Conflict Cafe partners with The Wall SE1 and Cult Events

Thu 9 Sep, 2015

September 21 is the International Day of Peace, a good opportunity to get people talking about global conflicts around the world. International Alert, the UK’s leading peacebuilding charity, has announced the second Talking Peace Festival that will take place in London from 3 September to 3 October 2015.  It aims to bring together art, food, photography, talks, comedy, music and technology to showcase the power of words and creativity in resolving conflict.

The Festival programme will include collaborative music projects, an outdoor photography exhibition, talks, an auction of urban art, peace inspired hackathons, and finally Conflict Café.

Conflict Café is a pop-up culinary experience serving dishes from regions that have experienced conflict. Each week the Café is taken over by a new cuisine and this year it will include Syria, the Middle East, Colombia, Nepal, and Armenia and Turkey, with a special brunch by Honey & Co.


The Wall SE1 and Cult Events are proud to be part of Conflict Café’s efforts to raise awareness about the current situation and challenges faced by many people around the globe, and showcasing the power of food to bring people together and spark interesting conversations.

The events will take place at House of Vans, Arches 228 – 232 Station Approach Road,  SE1 8SW.

Book your tickets here to try the delicious cuisines of each of the regions:

Find out more on social media:

Twitter – @talkpeacefest

Instagram – @international_alert

Facebook – Talking Peace Festival



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