Members' forthcoming events

Easy to print list of NfP member events coming up in the next two months.

Tue, 29/10/2019 - 19:30
Global Dangers tour - Victoria Brittain
Kingston KT1 2PT

As part of the CND’s nationwide Global Dangers Tour celebrated journalist and writer Victoria Brittain will explore global dangers and people’s actions to prevent nuclear and climate catastrophe.

Kingston Quaker Centre 16 Fairfield East
Kingston Peace Council/CND
This is not a regular event
Wed, 30/10/2019 - 18:00
UN, Great Powers And World Peace
London SW1A 2JR

Speakers: Fabian Hamilton MP,Shadow Minister for Peace and DisarmamentKen Loach, Director and Filmmaker (TBC)
Sir Mark Rylance,Actor, Director and Playwright (TBC)
Geoffrey Robertson,Human Rights Lawyer (TBC)
Vijay Mehta,Author and Chair, Uniting for Peace
Please arrive 30 minutes early to go through the security

Attlee's Suite, Portcullis House, 1 Parliament Street, Westminster
Uniting for Peace
vijay@vmpeace.org| www.unitingforpeace.com
This is a regular event
Wed, 30/10/2019 - 19:00
Here to Stay, Here to Fight – A Race Today Anthology
London N1 9DX.

Editors of the book will be at Housmans to exploring the legacy of Race Today, the journal of the revolutionary Race Today Collective, in contemporary social movements and debates around race, gender and class, and to answer your questions.
tickets in advance from www.housmans.com/events

Housmans Bookshop, 5 Caledonian Road
Housmans Bookshop
020 7837 4473
This is not a regular event
Fri, 01/11/2019 - 00:00
Weekly vigil for peace
Wimbledon

All welcome.

St Marks Place, Wimbledon
Wimbledon Disarmament Coalition/CND
maisie1carter@gmail.com
This is a regular event
Sat, 02/11/2019 - 11:00
Monthly Peace Table
Wimbledon

Monthly Peace Table outside Wimbledon Library.

Wimbledon Disarmament Coalition/CND
maisie1carter@gmail.com
This is a regular event
Sat, 02/11/2019 - 14:00
Rethinking Security - how Britain can think globally and act peacefully
London WC2H 8EP

Movement for the Abolition of War Annual Remembrance lecture. Speaker Richard Reeves, incoming co-ordinator, Rethinking Security.
Tickets (free) can be booked at tiny url.com/MAW-lecture
MAW's AGM will be in the morning at 11am.

Bloomsbury Baptist Church, 235 Shaftesbury Ave.
This is a regular event
Sun, 03/11/2019 - 00:00
Walk in Peace
London

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.

Walk in Peace
Contact: Clare 020 8755 0353 or beatrice@bmillar.com.
This is a regular event
Tue, 05/11/2019 - 00:00
Witness and protest
MENWITH HILL.

Outside the main entrance to the American base at Menwith Hill (6-7.30 pm). Menwith Hill is on the A59 Harrogate to Skipton road) and nine miles from Harrogate North Yorkshire

NB We sometimes change the day of the demo. Please contact Sarah if you're thinking of coming up: sswift64@gmail.com, 01765 600928.

Main Gate, NSA/NRO MENWITH HILL
sswift64@gmail.com, 01765 600928
This is a regular event
Wed, 06/11/2019 - 19:00
Why I am a Pacifist
London N1 9DX.

With Tim Gee. Tim Gee tells the story of why he became a pacifist and what it means to him. Gee reflects on the lives of peacemakers past and present to provide responses to questions like "Don't we have to hit back if we're hurt?", "Don't we need war to respond to evil?" and "Doesn't religion justify wars?".. This is a critique of war, but more than that, it stakes a claim for pacifism's feminist and anti-racist qualities. This is a call for a more nonviolent world.

tickets in advance from www.housmans.com/events

Housmans Bookshop, 5 Caledonian Road
Housmans Bookshop
020 7837 4473
This is not a regular event
Thu, 07/11/2019 - 19:30
'This Evil Thing'
London SW18 4ES.

Michael Mears' one-man play about Conscientious Objection in WW1. Last chance to see it! Please come and bring a friend! Someone who doesn’t perhaps know anything about the story of these brave men and women 100 years ago who strove for peace, who strove to resist the rush to war.

Next to Earlsfield Station, 10 minutes from Waterloo.
Tickets: £17.50 (concessions £13.50 / 16-25 year-olds £10) Book on 020 8333 4457 or at www.tara-arts.com

Tara Theatre, 356 Garratt Lane, Earlsfield
This is not a regular event