by David Polden
Trial of Stansted 15 anti-deportation activists goes on
by Milan Rai
Britain finally calls for ceasefire (but British arms sales continue)
by George Lakey
Activists need to go on the offensive argues veteran campaigner George Lakey
by Rebecca Elson-Watkins
Responses to PN's peace group Brexit questionnaire.
Nine charged after anti-nuke action
by Valerie Flessati
UK peace groups mark 100th anniversary of First World War armistice
by PN staff
Climate group blocks London bridges
Appeal court suspends ‘manifestly excessive’
Group heralds blockade as 'largest action of civil disobedience for climate justice that Germany has ever seen'
Plaque put up in North London
by Lotte Reimer
'Historic victory' for anti-coal campaign
Aberystwyth campaigner delivers anti-nuke petition to PM
Palestinian village to 'will be demolished very soon'
by Phil Steele
Anti-nuke power campaign working with Japanese campaigners
by PN staff
11-day exhibition marks end of PN touring show
by Gabriel Carlyle
A PN staffer comments on the new climate direct action campaign
by Extinction Rebellion
XR responds to criticisms around goals
Extinction Rebellion's 'strategy' can't work but there are alternatives, argues Gabriel Carlyle
Eric Stoner, co-founder of the US radical nonviolence website Waging Nonviolence, spoke recently to PN staffer Gabriel Carlyle
by Antje Mattheus
Seeing the humanity in her enemies enabled one German activist to derail an attack by a motorcycle gang. In this piece, originally published on the Waging Nonviolence website, Antje Mattheus teases out some of the lessons for activists.
by Emily Johns
New artwork by Emily Johns
by Robin Percival
Robin Percial reflects on the strengths of Northern Ireland's civil rights movement
by Claire Poyner
Our columnist points the finger!
by Bruce Kent
'We've got to have the bloody Union Jack on top of it!'
by Lawrence Cheuk
Lawrence Cheuk reflects on a recent weeklong activist training workshop in Brussels
by Jeff Cloves
'I've never worn a red poppy in my life'
by Penny Stone
There's something really interesting about behaving in an unexpected and creative way in an unusual public space ...
by Max Rennebohm, Aly Passanante
Malians defeat dictator, gain free election
By Milan Rai
In the years ahead, British activists are going to have to become better at building cross-class, multi-racial movements for change.