Within this public programme you can view the breadth of interesting, thought-provoking activities happening at the Global Summit Fringe, an integral part of the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.

The Global Summit Fringe is open to the public and completely free to enter and visitors do not need to register in advance. Be inspired to take action by a range of activities, from theatre and film to galleries and a market place. Witness events also taking place around the world in support of the drive to end sexual violence in conflict.

The Fringe is open from 9.00am with last entry at 7.15pm on Tuesday 10 June, Wednesday 11 June and Thursday 12 June. It includes theatre performances, films and discussion panels, as well as The Gallery, the Market Place, interactive exhibitions and the Digital Hack - #EndSVCHack – a blend of digital and physical space where people with different skills from diverse backgrounds use technology to come together to transform ideas into reality.

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Explore the impact of sexual violence through art

This gallery features powerful exhibits from across all mediums, including photography, painting and sculpture. Don’t miss the UK premiere of Charming Baker’s sculptural work ‘Faith’s Leap.’ A breath-taking exhibit from the Quaker Peace & Social Witness and a range of other exciting exhibits from ActionAid, AfricaLives! Congo Connect, International Rescue Committee (IRC), Iranian and Kurdish Women's Rights Organisation, Medica Kosova, Oxfam, Tearfund, Together for Girls, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), We Will Speak Out, Womankind Worldwide, Women for Women International and World Vision, which are all sure to leave a long-lasting impact.

Interactive Exhibitions

Engage directly with this critical issue

Visit the War Child UK tent to see what children experience in war zones, then head to ActionAid/The Guardian video booth and record a message on sexual violence in conflict to share on social media. Take the time to learn from and engage with the other international organisations hosting interactive exhibits, including: ABColombia, BACA Jewellery, Congolese Action Youth Platform, Doctors of the World, GAPS UK/Oxfam/Womankind Worldwide/Amnesty International, Global Poverty Project, NSPCC, Plan UK, Royal Commonwealth Society, SAFE, Save the Children, Sonke Gender Justice, The International Association of Women Police, UN Action, UNICEF and Women for Refugee Women.

Market Place

Experience the bustling Market Place to purchase products made by survivors of conflict

Experience the bustling Market Place to purchase products made by survivors of conflict. Browse and buy an eclectic and beautiful array of first class products produced by people in conflict countries and meet the organisations that support them. Treat yourself to hand-made bags, jewellery, purses, baskets, books, textiles and much more. The profits will help support the incredible work of various charitable groups, including: AfricaLives!, BACA Jewellery, International Campaign to Stop Rape & Gender Violence, International Justice Mission, Katswe Sistahood, Made Equal, Matar, Medica Kosova, Medica Zenica, Safeco, Save Somali Women and Children (SSWC), SOFEPADI, Soroptimist International GBI, Taller de Vida & Coalico, Tearfund, The UK Friends of the Panzi Hospital, Turquoise Mountain, Udruzene, Wasanii Mtaani, WILPF/PODA Pakistan, Women for Women International, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, WORKSHOP/CoOp.

Silent Cinema

A revolutionary approach to watching films

Join us at the Silent Cinema to experience a revolutionary approach to watching films. Using a wireless headphone system, flick between 3 cinematic screens showing in excess of 100 award-winning films and thought-provoking documentaries on sexual violence in conflict.

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“In the Land of Blood and Honey” Exclusive Screening – No more tickets remaining!

All the tickets for this exclusive screening have now gone. A small number of extra tickets wil be released in the coming days but even if you aren't lucky enough get a ticket then please come down and experience the wide range of award winning films, interactive exhibitions, performances and thought provoking discussions. With the exception of Liberian Girl by the Royal Court Theatre and the Exclusive Screening of "In the Land of Blood and Honey", all the other events at the Global Summit Fringe are free to attend and you don't even need to register - just turn up!

Liberian Girl - No more tickets remaining!

Dramatised presentation by the Royal Court Theatre

All the tickets for this exclusive screening have now gone. A dramatised presentation of a new play set during the Liberian Civil War, following 14-year-old Martha’s journey as a child soldier. Hamish Pirie (Director); Diana Nneka Atuona (Playwright - winner of the Alfred Fagon Award 2013). Performances start at 19:00 Tuesday June 10 and Thursday June 12.

Beauty in the middle

An exhibition by award winning Pete Muller

This multi-media exhibit spotlights the essential and important work of grassroots women activists in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. A moving exhibition of photographs from The International Campaign to Stop Rape & Gender Violence in Conflict highlights survivors and women leaders who are successfully mobilising their communities to end rape, ensure justice and create lasting peace. Please join the Nobel peace laureates Leymah Gbowee (Liberia), Tawakkol Karman (Yemen) and actor Danai Gurira for the formal launch event for "The Beauty in the Middle: Women of Congo Speak Out" from 18:30 – 20:30 pm on Wednesday June 11th.



www.endsvchack.com The Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Dutch Embassy in London, MakeSense and Chayn are combining forces to offer a #EndSVCHack for envisioning and designing technical solutions to combat sexual violence in conflict. Please visit, join in or talk to participants and watch them pitch their solutions on Thursday 12th at 13:30.