by Milan Rai
Let’s stop more lethal, vaccine-resistant COVID-19 variants developing anywhere
by Andrew Simms, Peter Newell
Creating a new level of climate activism
by Adam Eliott-Cooper, Milan Rai
An interview with Adam Elliott-Cooper, a co-founder of one of Britain’s leading anti-racist groups
by PN staff
It’s being processed by an arms company... again!
by David Polden
'No case to answer' for activists who prevented deportation
Last occupier removed after 31 days underground
Trial scheduled for 13 December
Nuclear weapons treaty renewed days before expiry
by Lotte Reimer
‘Travelling’ signs and peace cranes mark 'entry into force' of UN nuclear weapons ban
by Kelvin Mason
Choirs fundraise to help end male violence against women
by Penny Stone, Lotte Reimer, Kelvin Mason
How have activist choirs risen to the challenge of COVID-19?
by PN staff, Rob Fairmichael
Both unionists and nationalists need to start thinking creatively about possible futures inside and outside of the UK, says Rob Fairmichael
Fewer police killings in areas which saw protests
UN predicts 'worst famine the world has seen for decades' as UK halves aid
by Phil Steele
Why the ongoing obsession with nuclear power?, asks Phil Steele
by Jane Harries
Primary and secondary schools invited to register with Wales Peace Schools Scheme
The US has accelerated funding of its warhead plans
by Cameron Boyle
Has the pandemic changed the media’s approach to immigration?
by Sharon Rudahl, Gabriel Carlyle
Pages from Sharon Rudahl’s Ballad of an American: A Graphic Biography of Paul Robeson (Rutgers University Press, 2020; 124pp; £15.95)
by Kathy Kelly
Kathy Kelly reflects on the 1991 Gulf War and its legacy
by PN staff
Drilling plans rejected, protest ban defeated
How many Housmans Peace Diaries do you still have?
by Claire Poyner
Our columnist identifies the 'most oppressed, side-lined, discriminated-against, group in society today'
by Rebecca Elson-Watkins
Rebecca Elson-Watkins celebrates Russell T Davies' new TV series It's a Sin
Our Leeds co-operator indulges in a spot of house-clearing
by Paula Osorio
Paula Osorio reviews an award-winning documentary
by Penny Stone
Every story we hear, every idea, has the chance to sow a seed of change, of learning, of divergence from the dominant narrative.
by Selina Nwulu
A poem by Selina Nwulu from a new collection