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Greenbelt is an arts, faith and justice festival. Our theme for the festival is The Common Good.
Annual Peace Lecture.
With John McDonnell, MP, Shadow Chancellor
The theme for Peace Sunday 2017 is: Nonviolence: A Style of Politics for Peace.
International Alert will launch its third Talking Peace Festival on UN International Peace Day (21 September), with a two-week series of creative events to mark the organisation’s 30-year anniversary.
People power and civil resistance are powerful forces to understand, here you can join a three day international seminar hosted by Peace Studies at Leeds Beckett University.
A movement-building workshop for health professionals and students to discuss how to unite and grow as a community involved in initiatives working towards health through peace.
An opportunity for health professionals and students working on issues related to peace and security in and around Oxford to network, promote their campaigns and events, and more generally begin to wo
Campaign Nonviolence is a long-term movement for a culture of peace and nonviolence free from war, poverty, racism, environmental destruction and the epidemic of violence.
WILPF (Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom) AGM and spring seminar.
All welcome - details later.
Welcome and Opening by Bruce Kent.
SPEAK's beautiful new Peace mini-festival will be held at the Catholic Workers Farm.
Speakers: Hannah Brock, War Resisters’ International. Symon Hill, writer and associate of Christian political thinktank Ekklesia. Emma Sangster, Forces Watch. More tba.
International Alert’s Talking Peace Festival is returning to London for its second year this autumn with an even bigger series of creative events around the International Day of Peace (21 September).