by Milan Rai, George Lakey
The final part of our interview with US activist George Lakey
by Milan Rai
April’s Symposium on Nonviolent Movements & the Barrier of Fear brought dozens of activists and researchers from around the world to Coventry.
by Emily Johns, Gabriel Carlyle
PN staff spend a week in tents in howling winds and driving rain on the edge of Dartmoor and return tranquil
The pros and cons of 'rebel countercultures'
by Milan Rai, Emily Johns
Ignored by the mainstream media (who preferred to concentrate on the Queen's Jubilee), scientists are warning that the Earth could be approaching a catastophic "state shift" leading to mass extinctions.
by Gabriel Carlyle
UK public split on drone strikes as lawyers challenge British complicity and the peace movement gears up for ‘Ground the Drones’ week of action.
by David Polden
Did police spy Bob Lambert fire-bomb Debenhams?
US activist faces stiff jail sentence for resisting military recruiting
Palestinian prisoners still being held in solidarity confinement
Arms company gets an unwanted visit
by Rebecca Boyle
Veteran campaigner challenges 'extremism' database
Rebecca Boyle recaps the latest UK developments
'Alternative Jubilee' celebrated at UK bomb factory
Jen Painter explains the role of banner-making in local peace group Hastings Against War
by Kevin Blowe
Community legal observers – one response to the Olympic police operation
by Rebecca Boyle
Marking the anniversary
by Mike Phipps
Why is the US arming and supporting a violent military regime against its own people?
by Trwper Twp
Trwper Twp clowns around in Lampeter
by Leonna O'Neill, Julia Herzog, Angus Chalmers
As Faslane Peace Camp celebrates its 30th birthday with a month of action.
by Kelvin Mason
Kelvin Mason surveys the Welsh activist scene