Elist for all peace groups organising events to coincide with the centenary of WW1. Email email@example.com and ask to be added to the list.
The Remembering The Real World War 1 group will lay a wreath in The Dings Park, St Philips in honour of Alfred Jefferies, the only man from Bristol who was shot for desertion during World War 1, and h
A talk by Dr Rupert Gude of Tavistock, curator of the acclaimed exhibition The Challenging Road to Peace since the First World War.
New article from Scientists for Global Responsibility - focused on how science and technology contributed to the carnage of World War I.
Launched at its Open Day on May 15 the Peace Pledge Union’s new exhibition Refusing to Kill, is now open to the public, with a new website Remembering the Men Who Said No and an interactive map about
Arming All Sides explores the making and selling of weapons during the First World War, and the workers and activists who united to call for peace and disarmament. It draws parallels with the arms trade today, and offers opportunities for action against the arms trade.
Find out more at armingallsides.org.uk.
Quaker Peace & Social Witness has produced two new resources for peace education: Conscience (primary school-focussed) and Conviction (secondary school-focussed). Printed copies are £5 each.
An information briefing about conscientious objection and peace activism in the First World War.
Over the next four years, this page will advertise events and initiatives that peace and antimilitarist movements across the world are undertaking to around the hundred-year anniversary of World War O