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‘Leave it in the ground’ say anti-coal campaigners

WW1 COs remembered

US campaign to hold over 350 events across US and beyond, this September

Judge says 'clear, credible' evidence of 'criminal wrongdoing' at past arms fairs

Marc Morgan surveys anti-nuclear fasts, past and present

Call for support for three trials


by Kelvin Mason

Mobilising climate justice, lessons for social movements

by PN

PN surveys some of this year's offerings

by PN

Should you come to this year's PN Summer Camp?

by Lisa Cumming

Lisa Cumming reports on three-day seminar on nonviolent resistance at Leeds Beckett University

by Emily Johns

Printmaker Sarah Gittens remembers the unnamed partipants who keep the peace movement going

From the Blog

by Chris Bluemel | 30 May, 2016

Come and protest in the heart of the development of the UK's nuclear weapons system.

by PN | 19 Feb, 2016

A job advert from Quaker Peace & Social Witness

by PN staff | 26 Jan, 2016

New book marks 20th anniversary of land-mark anti-arms trade action

by Wretched of the Earth Bloc | 6 Jan, 2016

An important perspective on last November's 'People's March for Climate, Justice and Jobs'




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The World Is My Country

As part of our project to celebrate the people and movements that opposed the First World War, Peace News has published a series of posters (produced by Emily Johns) and the stories behind them (written by Gabriel Carlyle). Excerpts of four of these are printed below. The posters and accompanying book are available to buy here. For more information, see The World Is My Country.

Tools and Resources

Published by Peace News, Jan 2016.

A 100-page booklet celebrating key figures and events from the First World War anti-war movement.