One World Week is the largest student-run event at the University of Warwick and is held in January every year.

After its modest foundation in 1995, One World Week has grown into a nine day festival and our events are divided into the following five Elements: Days, Nights, Forum, Conference and Sports.

The aim of One World Week is to stimulate the personal development of all students and to inspire a view based on acceptance and appreciation of the World's mosaic of cultures. All of our events offer students and the wider community an insight into different cultures, encouraging awareness of and positive action on issues which affect our One World. We aim to unite people from diverse backgrounds whilst embodying the spirit of our World's cultural diversity.

During One World Week, the university campus comes alive through a series of debates and discussions, parades and performances, a variety of sporting tournaments, as well as cultural exhibitions and workshops. The enthusiasm and commitment of over 200 student volunteers and more than 10,000 participants ensures that One World Week will continue to grow and improve in future years.

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For more information about the success of our previous One World Week events, please click on the links below: 2011 2010 2008