Members' forthcoming events

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

Sat, 20/10/2018 - 00:00
Towards a nuclear-free future: building change from the grass roots

On Saturday is the AGM and Policy Conference.

Sunday‘s open public conference is a chance to learn from past and present campaigning techniques, in discussion with other activists.

Wills Memorial Building, Park Street, University of Bristol.
More details: 020 7700 2393
This is a regular event
Mon, 22/10/2018 - 18:00
Youth and Student Drinks Reception in Parliament

Join the London Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament for a drinks reception in the House of Commons and meet two of our vice-presidents, Catherine West MP and Jenny Jones, Baroness of Moulsecoomb. You'll get the chance to look around the historic building and meet other CND supporters over a glass of wine.

Jubilee Room, House of Commons
This is not a regular event
Tue, 23/10/2018 - 19:00
A nuclear weapons-free world: What can Christians do?

Public meeting in St Peter’s Church, Nottingham. We will be discussing the Church of England General Synod motion and what Christians from all backgrounds can do to work and pray for a nuclear weapons free world. Please join us!

St Peter's Gate, Nottingham NG1 2NW
Christian CND 020 7700 4200
This is not a regular event
Wed, 24/10/2018 (All day)
Peace Train to London

The Peace Train will ask Parliament to ensure the U.K. becomes a signatory to the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
Travelling from Chester railway station at 9:27am, 24th October, members of the Council will collect petitions and messages of support at each stop along the North Wales/South Wales line until its
final destination in Newport. They will then board a train to London and personally deliver all letters and petitions to Caroline Lucas MP (Chair of Parliamentary CND) and Fabian Hamilton MP (Labour’s Shadow Minister for Disarmament).

Hereford Peace Council
Kim Holroyd or 07843 105323
This is not a regular event
Mon, 29/10/2018 - 18:00
Moving Towards a New UN

Distinguished speakers from across the board with the special knowledge of how United Nations work will explore, analyse and put forward proposals how UN can become a relevant organisation fit enough to tackle the huge threats and challenges of 21st Century.

Chair: Rita Payne, President Emeritus, Commonwealth Journalists Association

Confirmed Speakers:
Jeremy Gilley, Founder of Peace One Day
Natalie Samarasinghe, Executive Director of UNA-UK
Fabian Hamilton MP, Shadow Minister for Peace and Disarmament (invited)
Akbar Khan, Secretary General, Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
Julia Häusermann MBE, Founder, Rights & Humanity
Vijay Mehta, Author and Chair, Uniting for Peace

Free, donations welcome.
Hilton London Euston, 17-18 Upper Woburn Place, London WC1H 0HT
Uniting for Peace
For registrations, please contact: Vijay Mehta Email: Phone: 07776 231 018
This is a regular event
Mon, 29/10/2018 - 18:45
Japan and the Asia Pacific

With Christopher Hughes. Christopher Hughes is Professor of International Relations at the LSE and a former Director of the Asia Research Centre. He specialises in the Asia Pacific region and has been a visiting fellow at two Japanese universities. He will talk about the current political and economic situation in Japan and the geopolitical challenges it faces in the Asia Pacific as it pursues a more interventionist foreign policy.

Nearest tube station Farringdon. 6.45pm (doors open 6.30).

£3, concessions £2, tickets on door.
Café Diplo at The Gallery, 70/77 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EL.
Friends of Le Monde Diplomatique
Info 07435 844 130 or see our website
This is not a regular event
Wed, 31/10/2018 - 19:30
This Evil Thing.

Michael Mears' acclaimed solo play about Britain's WW1 conscientious objectors.

KENDAL Friends Meeting House LA9 4BH
01539 731642
This is not a regular event
Thu, 01/11/2018 - 00:00
The Collateral Damage Project display

A large installation of white poppies to commemorate victims of wars in the century since the end of World War One, will be on display in the downstairs corridors of Friends House. A beautiful and poignant exhibition which should help inspire us further in our work to build a more peaceful world.

Friends House, 173 Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ.
Friends House is wheelchair accessible and has four accessible lifts.
Telephone: 020 7663 1108
This is not a regular event
Fri, 02/11/2018 - 19:30
This Evil Thing.

Michael Mears' acclaimed solo play about Britain's WW1 conscientious objectors.

Friends Meeting House YO18 7AX.
01751 472827
This is not a regular event
Sat, 03/11/2018 - 10:30
Artificial intelligence: how little has to go wrong?
London EC1M 6EL

Scientists for Global Responsibility Conference 2018
Artificial intelligence: how little has to go wrong?
Autonomous weapons, driverless cars and friendly spies in the home

Is artificial intelligence evolving quicker than the regulation to manage it? Are we sufficiently able to imagine what major problems may emerge, and can it even be effectively regulated? This conference, with presentations and interactive sessions will explore both obvious threats and more subtle ones.

Speakers include:

Peter Burt - consultant to Drone Wars
Sarah Woods - award winning BBC Radio playwright on the social and emotional implications of AI and robotics
Prof John Finney - author of 'Robotics Ethics' a UNESCO report by the World Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology

Further details to be announced soon...

The Gallery, 77 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EL, UK
Scientists for Global Responsibility
This is not a regular event