Weekly vigil, 10am-12.30pm, outside the Japanese Embassy 101-104 Piccadilly, London W1, in solidarity with Japanese anti-nuclear protestors. Organised by Kick Nuclear, and Japanese Against Nuclear UK. Held every Friday since August 2102.
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An annual festival celebrating women's achievements & solidarity.
Various events around Oxford.
Come along and pray the Rosary with us for those who are persecuted for exposing the truth about corruption, crimes against humanity or for their political ideas or faith.
Last Friday of each month Closest tube station Manor House, buses 29, 141, 341
Noam Chomsky (live video link from Arizona, USA)
Nicholas Allott (co-author of Noam Chomsky, Ideas and Ideals)
Chris Knight (author of Decoding Chomsky)
Craig Murray (former UK ambassador to Uzbekistan)
Milan Rai (author of Chomsky’s Politics)
Hilary Rose (author of Love, Power and Knowledge)
Neil Smith (co-author of Noam Chomsky, Ideas and Ideals)
Jackie Walker (former Vice-Chair of Momentum)
Join thousands of others across the UK this Fairtrade Fortnight to help our friends, neighbours, colleagues and communities to put Fairtrade in their break and take exploitation out.
We are delighted to welcome Jonathan Cohen and Symon Hill as our speakers for a panel discussion.
Jonathan Cohen is the Executive Director of Conciliation Resources, an independent international organisation which works with people in conflict, to prevent violence, resolve conflicts and promote peaceful societies.
Symon Hill is the Coordinator of the Peace Pledge Union, the oldest secular pacifist organisation in Britain, which has been campaigning for a world without war since 1934.
There is a witness and protest outside the main entrance to the American base at Menwith Hill every Tuesday evening (6-8 pm). This demonstration has been going every week for nine years. Menwith Hill is on the A59 Harrogate to Skipton road) and nine miles from Harrogate North Yorkshire.
The exhibition highlights the devastating impact of war on children. It is an initiative of Conflict Textiles and INNATE in collaboration with the Linen Hall Library https://www.linenhall.com/ CAIN (Conflict Archive on the INternet) and Fundació Ateneu Sant Roc (Catalonia), whose photographic exhibition Després de les onades / After the Waves is included. The exhibition launch is open and takes place at 1pm in the Linen Hall Library on 1st March. Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace Laureate, will deliver the keynote address. This will be followed by the, also open, 6pm launch of Margaretta D’Arcy’s book: “Ireland’s Guantanamo Granny” and the publication of a new edition of her book “Tell them Everything.” Phil Scraton (Emeritus Professor of Criminology, QUB), will facilitate a discussion with Margaretta D’Arcy. Open programme during the exhibition includes a guided tour by Roberta Bacic, on Friday 3rd March at 3pm, and an arpillera doll making workshop, facilitated by Roberta Bacic, from 2 – 4pm on Friday 14th April (enquire about booking). See http://cain.ulster.ac.uk/conflicttextiles/search-quilts/fullevent/?id=163
CND is calling on the UK government to play a constructive role in the negotiations to establish a treaty to ban nuclear weapons, which is supported by more than 120 countries. We have called a lobby of MPs to give you the chance to persuade your member of Parliament. The CND team will be in parliament on the day to give any information or support you may need.
Details TBA. Usually meet at 3pm in Victoria Embankment Gardens Whitehall Section.
We then process into Horseguards Avenue for our witness of prayer and action.