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Is a Nuclear Weapons Free World now possible? – Bradford

Norcroft Lounge University of Bradford, Richmond Rd

A public meeting on the first anniversary of the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons opening for signatures at the UN. Speakers include: Professor Dave Webb, Chair of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. Professor Paul Rogers, University of Bradford Refreshments will be provided, all students, CND members and other peace activists welcome.

Bradford Guided Peace Trail Walk

Yorkshire

Peace Studies students and peace activists are invited on a free guided walk highlighting some of the particular peace sites in Bradford.   Led by Peter Nias, former both Peace Studies student and Honorary Visiting Research Fellow, this walk starts on campus and winds its way through the city centre, ending up in the Bradford Peace Museum.   Hear about […]

Gender based violence Living Library

Pemberton Building, University of Bradford Bradford

Come, borrow a "living book" and get into dialogue about gender-based violence (GBV)! During this event various GBV topics would be discussed through a live interaction with books. The books will be represented by various individuals tackling GBV. They would be either expert practitioners, academics or students reflecting their own backgrounds. Meet these living books and hear their story! Andy […]

How Not To Go To War

Norcroft Lounge University of Bradford, Richmond Rd

Come and find out how a Department of Peace could help a future UK Government make this world a more peaceful place. Speakers Vijay Mehta, Peace activist and Founder of Uniting for Peace will give a talk based on his new book ‘How Not to Go to War’ Fabian HamiltonMP, Shadow Minister for Peace and Disarmament will talk about his […]

Militarism & the Climate Crisis – Bradford

Norcroft Lounge University of Bradford, Richmond Rd

Organised by the Bradford University Peace Society with a Yorkshire CND speaker, the event will explore the links between militarism and climate change and how these two existencial threats can be tackled.