Leeds CND meeting (Zoom)


Local organising meeting for Leeds Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament currently meeting on Zoom due to social distancing. Meetings are kept to an hour and all are welcome. Yorkshire CND is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Leeds CND Meeting Time: June 16, 2020 06:00 PM London Every month on the Second Wed, until Sep 9, 2020, 5 occurrence(s) […]

Yorkshire CND Regional Campaigners Meeting

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Join Yorkshire CND’s Regional Campaigners Meeting in August where peace & anti-nuclear activists from across the region can come together to discuss their action plans. We encourage participants to share their ideas and the plans their local peace groups have in the works. Among the items for discussion will be our efforts getting support for the TPNW through local councils […]

Afghanistan: A War That Should Never Have Happened

Bradford Yorkshire

As the anti-war movement predicted in 2001 the twenty-year occupation of Afghanistan, led by the US and Britain, has been a complete catastrophe. The recent hasty withdrawal of Western forces represents a devastating defeat for the US and its allies and for the War on Terror as a whole. It is a failure that has resulted in the tragic deaths […]

Keighley Hiroshima & Nagasaki Vigil

Town Hall Square 12 Cooke St, Keighley, Yorkshire

Join the Keighley Peace Justice and Environment Network as they commemorate the victims and survivors of the Hiroshima & Nagasaki bombings. There will be readings and quiet reflection. For further information, contact: 07985102580

Bradford Remembers Hiroshima & Nagasaki

Norfolk Gardens, Bradford (behind the Town Hall) Hall Ings, Bradford, Yorkshire

Join us by the Hiroshima Memorial in Norfolk Gardens at noon to remember all the victim of nuclear weapons. The event will take place outdoors with space to allow social distancing. After the ceremony there will be a chance to catchup with other peace and justice campaigners from around the district at the social organised by Bradford CND at Artworks […]

Marking Hiroshima and Nagasaki (SCrAP event)

Sheffield Peace Gardens Pinstone Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire

Please join Sheffield Creative Action for Peace at the Hiroshima plaque on the Town Hall side of the Peace Gardens on Saturday August 7th at 2pm for a short event to mark the 76th anniversary of the appalling and long lasting destructiveness of the atomic attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki which happened on August 6th and 9th 1945 respectively. We […]

Calder Valley Remember Hiroshima & Nagasaki

Packhorse Bridge, Hebden Bridge 11-13 Old Gate, Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire

Join Calder Valley CND for Peace & Justice to remember those who died when the nuclear bombs were dropped and those who still suffer from radiation poisoning. There will be poetry, readings, song and reflection. NEVER AGAIN!

Hiroshima and Nagasaki A-bombings Annual commemoration

Park Square, Leeds Park Square, Leeds

Join local Leeds' residents as they come together to commemorate the lives lost and the people still suffering as a result of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings. There will be poetry, music from Hands Across, speeches, including from the Leader of Leeds City Council James Lewis, and readings. The event is organised by Leeds CND and sponsored by Leeds PeaceLinks […]

The Politics of Nuclear Disarmament – Nuclear Information Service webinar

Virtual Event Virtual Event

What will eliminating nuclear weapons mean for the domestic politics of nuclear weapon states? How can the nuclear weapons ban treaty be advanced and in what ways can strengthening democracy help achieve nuclear abolition? Who, or what, is preventing us from binning the bomb? Tim Street’s new book explores what political conditions must be established and what obstacles overcome for […]

Nurses not Nukes: nuclear disarmament in the age of Covid-19

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Join CND for our online fringe meeting as part of TUC 2021. During this ongoing massive public health crisis the government has decided to increase its nuclear arsenal by over 40% and make a big increase in military expenditure, but it refuses to pay nurses properly. How can it justify this shocking misallocation of public funds – on weapons of […]