One year after the Cyclone Nargis that devastated Burma, killing around 140,000 people, Casa Asia has organised an afternoon of talks to see if lessons have been learned from the disaster. Speakers include Rafael Bueno, the director of Politics and Society issues at Casa Asia, Concha Pinós, the director of organisation Birmania por la Paz, and Giullia Tamayo, a human rights expert from Amnesty International.
Running from 5pm to 8.45pm, the topics covered include how journalists covered the cyclone, the best way to provide aid in these situations and the state of Burma today.
Places are limited. For more information contact Casa Asia.