Trident Ploughshares and friends. Meet Trafalgar Square 9.30am for Town Crier Action. Small groups taking the news to central London venues.
Easy to print list of events coming up in the next two months.
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.
Join the Day of Action outside the Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff from 8am The DPRTE arms fair is set to return to the Motopoint Arena in Cardiff for the third time this year.
North London Stop the War hosts this meeting with CND General Secretary Kate Hudson and Jude Woodward (blogger, NewColdWar.org) on the implications of Trump's Presidency in light of his pledge to enter into a new nuclear weapons arms race and his increasing hostility to China.
With Stephen Micalef. An evening with infamous poet and punk-zine writer Stephen Micalef, who will be reading from his book The Punk Kings of Dyslexia, and talking all things Sniffin' Glue.
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.
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
Outside St. Peter Mancroft first Saturday of each mont.
Walk in Peace: A little bit of peace, starting with yourself – the first Sunday of every month. Please join us in a slow, silent walk in peace for peace. Meet by ‘Speakers Corner Café’, just south of Speaker’s Corner, Hyde Park (Marble Arch tube), at 10.55am to start walking at 11.00am, returning to starting point at 12 noon.
With Joseph O’Leary. In a world of information technology and social media, the dissemination of so-called ‘facts’ is faster, more insistent and more far-reaching than ever before. These facts are critically important in informing people’s value judgements and subsequent decisions, but unfortunately they cannot be relied upon. Rather, we increasingly appear to live in a post-truth world, where politicians, corporations and the media constantly reassert falsehoods in an effort to further their own objectives by influencing the judgement of those who elect them or finance their operations. This practice can frequently have disastrous results, as the Chilcot Enquiry, for example, and more recently the EU Referendum campaign, has illustrated all too clearly. Joseph O’Leary is the Senior Researcher at Full Fact, an apolitical and independent organisation that fact-checks information within the UK and also works with government departments and research institutions to improve the quality and communication of information at source. He will discuss these issues with us at the end of a period where distorted facts and erroneous reporting have had particularly profound outcomes all over the world.
6.45pm (doors open 6.30).