A corrupt view of Africa

Video: In the first in a series of 'Battle Talks', Ceri Dingle of WORLDwrite says the idea that Africa is infected with political double-dealing is a load of 'corruptababble'.

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spiked is the online sponsor of the Battle of Ideas, a two-day festival of debate taking place in London on 27 and 28 October.

In the run-up to the festival, spiked‘s editor Brendan O’Neill is carrying out ‘taster interviews’ with some of the speakers at the Battle for the online TV channel 18 Doughty Street. In the first interview – or ‘Battle Talk’ – he spoke to Ceri Dingle of the youth education charity WORLDwrite about her new film Corruptababble, which challenges the view of Africa as a peculiarly corrupt continent and which will be premiered at the Battle of Ideas. Watch the interview below.

The interviews in this series are produced by 18 Doughty Street ( and can also be viewed on their website.

Ceri Dingle is speaking at the sessions ‘Saving Africa’ and ‘Corruptababble’ at the Battle of Ideas festival.

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