The remarkable George Lakey, nonviolence trainer extraordinaire, is coming to the UK in July, hosted by Peace News.
by George Lakey
George Lakey ponders the lessons from Scandanavia's epic history of nonviolent struggle
PN responds to Chris Hedges' attack on the "black bloc"
by Gabriel Carlyle
Will the US nix the Taliban's latest peace move?
by David Polden
Scuffles break out at Syria/Iran action
Disabled activists take to the streets
by John Lindsay
Global protests surveyed
A new official report on undercover police fails to deal with the real issues
Protestors target British Gas over fuel poverty
Anti-nuclear power activists occupy oak grove
by David MacKenzie
Where does the SNP really stand on Trident?
by Milan Rai
Western powers wanted 'leadership change, regime stabilisation' in Libya
Veteran peace activist Bill 'Bix' Bichsel inspires cartoonist
by John Lindsay
Four hundred people are being prosecuted for refusing to fill out the 2011 census. Many of them took their stand on political grounds. Here are some of those who are resisting.
by DD Guttenplan
The US journalist I F Stone thought so
by Emily Johns
Downloadable poster for international women's day
PN looks at the remarkable work of Afghan graffitti artist Shamsia Hassani
by Faslane Peace Camp
Faslane Peace Camp marks its 30th anniversary
by Sarah Young
Would ousting Trident from Scotland spell a end to the weapons system?
by Cymdeithas y Cymod
Visionary 19th century peace activist remembered
by Kelvin Mason
"No reason for the story to end here" say activists.
by Phil Steele
From Hinkley Point in Somerset to Wylfa in the far north of Wales, the campaign against a new generation of nuclear power stations is heating up day-by-day.