• Contact Us

    If you have an enquiry please fill out the form below. 

  • Please leave this field empty.

  • Books and Films

    The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (Skloot)

    The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks tells the story of the woman behind the world’s most famous cell line – the HeLa cells.  Read Rami’s review below, then browse more Books and Films.  ‘When I go to the doctor for my checkups,...

    The Making of a Tropical Disease: A Short History of Malaria (Packard)

    The Making of a Tropical Disease is a fascinating history of malaria.  Read Evelyn’s review below, then browse more Books and Films. In The Making of a Tropical Disease: A Short History of Malaria, Packard weaves an intricate story about the ...

    How to Survive a Plague [Film]

    How to Survive a Plague is a recently released film about HIV/AIDS activism that has been getting loads of awards.  Read Hamish’s review below, then browse more Books and Films. In the 1980s being diagnosed with HIV was a death sentence –...

    Three Letter Plague: A Young Man’s Journey Through a Great Epidemic (Steinberg)

    Three Letter Plague: A Young Man’s Journey Through a Great Epidemic, is a moving narrative exploring the personal and social effects of HIV/AIDS through the life of one young man in South Africa.  Read Sophie’s review below, then browse ...

    The Spirit Level: Why Equality is Better for Everyone (Wilkinson & Pickett)

    The Spirit Level: Why Equality is Better for Everyone, is a powerful argument that equality is not only better for the poor, but for everyone.  Read Sophie’s review below, then browse more Books and Films. The Spirit Level written by two ...

    A Fistful of Rice: My Unexpected Quest to End Poverty through Profitability (Akula)

    A Fistful of Rice: My Unexpected Quest to End Poverty through Profitability, is a provocative book about microfinance from the business perspective, arguing that capitalist business principles can help lift people out of poverty.  Read Sophie’s ...

    Banker to the Poor (Yunus)

    Banker to the Poor, is a classic book by Muhammad Yunus, the Nobel Prize-winning founder of the Grameen Bank, and tells the thought-provoking story of what microfinance can do for poor families, communities and the world.  Read Melinda’s review ...

    Global Health: An Introduction to Current and Future Trends (McCracken & Phillips)

    Global Health: An Introduction to Current and Future Trends, is a newly released and highly readable introduction to global health, presenting complex issues in a concise and thought-provoking way.  Read Hamish’s review below, then browse ...

    Stones into Schools: Promoting Peace with Books, Not Bombs, in Afghanistan and Pakistan (Mortenson)

    Melinda reviews Stones into Schools: Promoting Peace with Books, Not Bombs, the sequel to the best-selling book Three Cups of Tea. It continues telling Mortenson’s story of building schools in Afghanistan and Pakistan.  See more Books and ...

    Polio: An American Story (Oshinsky)

    James reviews David Oshinsky’s Pulitzer Prize winning book Polio, a fascinating account of the battle against one of the 20th century’s most feared diseases.  Read the review below, then browse more Books and Films. Polio: an American ...