7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
12th November, 2015
Author and Director of Policy and Investigations for the Charity Action on Armed Violence
There are almost one billion guns across the globe today – more than ever before. There are 12 billion bullets produced every year – almost two bullets for every person on this earth. And as many as 500,000 people are killed by them ever year worldwide. The gun’s impact is long-reaching and often hidden. And it doesn’t just involve the dead, the wounded, the suicidal and the mourning. It involves us all. In this lecture, award-wining investigative journalist Iain Overton recounts how, in writing a critically acclaimed book about the gun’s impact on the world, he embarked upon a shocking and eye-opening journey to over 25 countries, from South Africa to Iceland, Honduras to Cambodia.
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