Dr Olumide Awe Memorial Lecture/
Bi-Annual Dinner & Dance 2017
11 November 2017
5.30pm — 1.00am
Hilton London Croydon
101 Waddon Way, Purley Way, Croydon CR9 4HH
Dr Olumide Awe Memorial Lecture
Speaker: Dr Dele Olajide,
Associate Medical Director, Consultant Psychiatrist and Trust Caldicott Guardian at the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Topic: Addressing Mental Health Stigma amongst Black Africans
Bi-Annual Dinner & Dance
DJ: Tolu Soyomokun
Dress Code: Black Tie
We will be holding our Bi-Annual Dinner & Dance which promises to be great fun and an opportunity to meet old friends and new alike. The event will be a celebration of our alma mater and good food, drink, music and festivity will be provided.
As we rejoice at the reunion of old friends, we will remember one of our dearest departed, Dr Olumide Awe, a former Chairman of the Igbobi College Old Boys Association Europe Branch. We will be holding the first ever Dr Olumide Awe Memorial Lecture to honour his memory and make a contribution to intellectual discourse on subjects important to our community. We have therefore invited Dr Dele Olajide, who is a distinguished mental health practitioner, as our inaugural speaker to talk about the stigma of mental health amongst black Africans. It promises to be very informative and educational.
Per person — £50
Table of 10 — £450
We are encouraging the various sets to support the event by booking a table at a 10% discount. To register, click on the button below.