Sustainable Security

Living within environmental limits: From science to practice

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Scientists for Global Responsibility conference and AGM 2014
Halton Mill, Halton, Lancaster LA2 6ND, UK http://www.sgr.org.uk/events/living-within-environmental-limits-science-...

Posters

We have have these posters printed in 2014. Three are reproductions of posters produced by Northern Friends Peace Board in the post WW1 period, whilst the other is a new design. If you would like to order some get in touch by email or phone or complete and send the order form with payment
£1.50 individual posters, £4 for all 4, including postage.
Or £1.00 / £3.00 without postage.

Click on the links below for a larger image of the posters and for an order form.

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There is another way

Just over a hundred years ago, NFPB’s Secretary, Robert Long, wrote a powerful piece of text two days after Britain declaring war, asking ‘What Shall We Do?’ . We are producing this simple A5 leaflet in 2014 for Friends and others to use. This may be particuarly appropriate over the period of, and events relating to, the centenary of Britain going to war in 1914 (4th August) but also for other occasions.

New priorities for peace and security

NFPB has been part of small working group, along with other peace and disarmament organisations, preparing for the Global Day of Action on Military Spending (GDAMS) which this year is on 14th April. Although the focus is on that date primarily, the period leading up and after it are valuable opportunities for people to ask questions, challenge assumptions and advocate alternatives to the levels of military spending that our government has committed us to.

'War - and Peace' Residential

Wednesday, May 14, 2014 to Friday, May 16, 2014

at Wortley Hall near Sheffield, organised by the Raymond Williams Foundation . Key note address by Paul Rogers and others, poetry , discussions, film extracts etc

No More Fukushimas No more Nuclear Waste No Nuclear Weapons

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Vigil at Heysham Nuclear Power Station on 3rd Anniversary of the nuclear incident at Fukushima, Japan. 10am at Lancaster Quaker Meeting House for briefing and refreshments before going onto power station at 12 noon, Contact Mo Kelly, 01524 389911 http://www.cnduk.org/get-involved/events/item/1827-vigil-at-heysham-nucl...

Peace Event, Sarajevo, 2014

Friday, June 6, 2014 to Monday, June 9, 2014

The Peace Event will serve as an acknowledgment for all peace initiatives which have been flourishing for decades and areminder that peace still needs to be fostered. Furthermore, it will represent an international exchange platform for debate and information on different topics related to nonviolence and peace. As part of the event there is to be a Youth Camp, for which a bursary is available from Movement for the Abolition of War http://www.abolishwar.org.uk

Transforming ourselves: transforming the system

Friday, March 7, 2014 to Sunday, March 9, 2014

Organised by the Meeting for Sufferings Canterbury Commitment Group. In 2011 Britain Yearly Meeting in Canterbury committed to become a low-carbon, sustainable community.We need a radical transformation that requires more than individual action.This national gathering aims to help energise our Quaker community in the urgent response to climate change and energy injustice.
http://www.quaker.org.uk/canterbury-commitment

But what can we do?

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Turning the Tide, Participatory workshop , St Mary’s Centre, St Mary’s RC Church, Hencotes Hexham NE46 2EB
An all-day participatory workshop (10.00am – 4.00pm) led by Sue Smith and Annie Turnbull from the Quaker Turning the Tide nonviolence programme. It will explore how we might move from awareness into effective practical action. Numbers are limited to 12 and pre-registration is necessary. Contact 01434 604 747.
Hexham Debates Series 7

Why are human rights so divisive when they are for everyone?

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Jocelyn Cockburn, Human Rights lawyer
1.00am – 12.30pm St Mary’s Centre, St Mary’s RC Church, Hencotes Hexham NE46 2EB
Hexham Debates Series 7

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