6 August 2014 – 19 December, Working Class Movement Library, Salford
The exhibition introduction states: ‘We will not remember the “lost” or the “fallen”. We will remember 16 million dead whose lives were not given but were taken from them by politicians and generals’
Summer – winter 2014, across UK
Peace News will tour with speakers and a poster project celebrating last century’s war resisters.
18 June, London
WWI opposition came from liberals, socialists, anarchists, soldiers and others. Editor Anthony Zurbrugg will be at Housmans introducing a book that brings together these diverse voices.
29 June – 9 November, Newcastle
The Star and Shadow will host Stanley Kubrick’s Paths of Glory and seven other English and foreign-language films, plus a discussion. Entry is £5 per film with £3.50 concessions and no one turned away.
31 July – 4 August, Suffolk
Workshops will range from ‘Life after capitalism’ to ‘Make cake, not war’ at the sixth edition of this family friendly event, which aims to embody the values of a just society.
9 August, Berkshire
In ‘a day of creative and direct action outside the Atomic Weapons Factories in Berkshire’, activists will unravel a collectively knitted pink peace scarf that’s miles long.
Vijay Prashad talks to Daniel Whittall about socialism, anti-imperialism and the new global research network Tricontinental.
The ties which bind the 'special relationship' between the UK and the US are a toxic mix of militarism and free trade. By Andrew Smith
BAE Systems weapons have been involved in countless atrocities - and we saw board members doing rhetorical backflips to avoid accountability, writes Andrew Smith from Campaign Against Arms Trade.
Andrew Smith from Campaign Against the Arms Trade gives the run-down on one of the UK's most profitable - and most deadly - industries.
Corbyn just won a prize for peace activism - so why is the Labour Party still committed to renewing trident? Lily Sheehan investigates.
Now the threat of nuclear war looms nearer again, we share the experience of eighty-year-old activist Ernest Rodker, whose work is displayed at The Imperial War Museum. With Jane Shallice and Jenny Nelson he discussed a recent history of the anti-war movement.