THE VENUE: The Cambridge Union Society, 9a Bridge Street, Cambridge CB2 1UB

The conference will take place at the Cambridge Union. The Cambridge Union building is an iconic venue that has hosted heads of state, including Jawaharlal Nehru, Winston Churchill, Ronald Regan, as well as renowned figures including Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama in 2015, and Bernie Sanders in June 2017. Since 1815, the Union has given audiences the chance to hear from individuals who have shaped today’s world. The Union is situated in the centre of Cambridge with easy access available by various modes of transport.

Getting Here:

Cambridge is only 45 minutes by train from London. There are also excellent bus and train services connecting Cambridge to various other cities and towns in the UK, including Stansted airport. For more information about train times and fares visit the national rail service website.

More detailed information about how to get to the Union can be found here.

African Grand ball at Murray Edwards college

The African ball will be held at the Dome, at the Murray Edwards college. More information here