The Ripple Effect : 15 - 16 November 2016
Thank you to all those who joined us at RISING 16, we hope you had a great time! Check out our photo highlights and watch this space for videos of all the talks.Register your interest
Alison McGovern MP and Nick Martlew reflect on Jo Cox’s legacy as a dedicated humanitarian, a tireless campaigner and a progressive MP.
One of the most influential women in Africa today, the former first lady and foreign minister of Somaliland closed RISING 16 with President Atifete Jahjaga of Kosovo.
Exploring the ripple effects of human actions, award-winning artist, Teakster, created a live mural with students from Coventry University.
VICE journalist, Hind Hassan, reflects on her encounters amidst the raging battle between the Iraqi government forces and Daesh.
Closing RISING 16 with Dr Edna Adan Ismail from Somalia, the two world leaders discussed the common challenges they faced reshaping their nations.
The secretary general of Muhammadiyah, Indonesia's oldest and largest Islamic organisation, completes our panel of faith leaders discussing faith and fear.
In-depth discussion about how security and cohesion can be achieved in a cold policy environment, with expert analysis drawn from global and local perspectives.
We're delighted to announce the fourth president of the Maldives and former Amnesty International prisoner of conscience as our after-dinner speaker.
The latest technology tells an old and familiar story in a new and vivid way. Step inside the Cathedral ruins and see the building as it was before the blitz.
Our panel of experts discussed the most seismic shift in modern British history. Video coming soon.
Dennis Kucinich and Laura Liswood offered unique insight into what the policies of the newly-elected US president will mean for international relations.
Following a keynote from Andrew Mitchell MP, our expert panel explored the road ahead, politically and socially, locally, nationally and internationally.
This film is not the story of the war in Syria; it is the next chapter.
Ziauddin Yousafzai, father of Nobel Peace Laureate Malala, explains why it is vital that girls have access to safe, quality education.
Dr Simon Fisher shares his thoughts following a recent trip to Syria and his meeting with President Bashar al-Assad.
RISING: gathering great minds to challenge the causes of conflict and provoke peace