Serious remembrance of wars calls for serious work for peace. If you agree, make a date with the peace movement for Remembrance Day and attend this ceremony of remembrance and peace 100 years after the First World War.
The ceremony will be followed by an open invitation to drop by Friends House, Euston Road (London NW1 2BJ). You are welcome for an afternoon of meeting peace activists and finding out about current peace campaigns. There will be a café, live music, films, books, stalls and a children’s programme led by Woodcraft Folk.
All welcome. Bring family, friends, colleagues.
Organised by the FIRST WORLD WAR PEACE FORUM with:
Woodcraft Folk, Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom, Women in Black, War Resisters’ International, Servas, Scientists for Global Responsibility, Right to Refuse to Kill Group, Quaker Peace & Social Witness, Peace Pledge Union, Peace News, Peace Education Network, Pax Christi, Network for Peace, Musicians for Peace and Disarmament, Movement for the Abolition of War, Housmans Bookshop, ForcesWatch, Fellowship of Reconciliation, Drone Wars UK, Conscience, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, Campaign Against Arms Trade and Anglican Pacifist Fellowship.
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