As part of the Global Days of Action on Military Spending month of protest, join this social media storm. The release of the latest SIPRI global military spending figures gives us a fantastic opportunity to highlight the dangers of runaway military spending and the opportunity costs of diverting public resource from public health, common security and the climate crisis. Last […]
The new Common Security 2022 report was released last week, on the 40th anniversary of the Palme Commission’s Common Security report that played a major role in ending the Cold War. The webinar on April 28, 2 p.m. EST (8 p.m. CEST), co-sponsored Peace Action, PeaceQuest in Canada and the IPB will serve as the North American launch of a realistically grounded but visionary initiative for […]
Join Yorkshire CND and local peace groups across the region as we discuss how we can resist the increased nuclear threat which has emerged since the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We will also be connecting the heightened dangers of nuclear war to the upcoming TPNW Meeting of States Parties between June 21st-23rd for which groups across the region will be […]
Join this online event organised by CND’s trade union advisory group. New nuclear is being sold as a panacea for energy security and meeting decarbonisation targets. Indeed, the much trailed UK government emergency energy security strategy announced on April 7th, has new-nuclear central to this. Along with the promise of “secure, clean and affordable British energy for the long term” […]
Defining Peace is a new exhibition from The Peace Museum, which asks the question “what is peace?”. As well as exploring the history of peacemaking through some of the museum’s collections, you’ll be able to add to the exhibition with your ideas about peace. Join them to launch this exhibition from 6-8pm on Tuesday 10 May. Tickets are free, but must […]
Our SCRAP event explores the impacts of the military on the environment and climate change, and the urgent need to re-think security. It is a unique opportunity to hear first-hand about the effects of nuclear colonialism on people in the global south and to reinvest effort in banning the nuclear weapons that threaten our entire planet. Leona Morgan is a […]
Peace Movement in Action 3: Feminist Voices for Peace from Russia Join the IPB and our partners in Russia for a discussion on the actions being taken to promote peace and nonviolence in Russia in light of the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine. All of the four speakers will offer a feminist perspective on social activities regarding peace and nonviolence […]
Dust off those banners...With Banners Held High will be back on the streets of Wakefield this year. Come along with your banners, your flags and your placards and celebrate our history and plan for a green future. Assemble on Smyth Street from 10:45am, setting off at 11:30am, and arriving at Wood Street around 12:00pm.