Monthly Archives: November 2015

Don’t Bank on the Bomb Campaign Launch Targets RBS and Scottish Parliament

A broadly based campaign focussing on the links between banks and financial institutions to companies involved in the manufacture of nuclear weapons was launched at a public meeting in Edinburgh on Monday 16 November. Wilbert van der Zeijden one of …

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Introducing Rebecca Willmott, Illustrator

It is our pleasure to welcome on board Rebecca Willmott, who is joining the Edinburgh Peace and Justice Centre team as an illustrator for the newsletter. Check out some of her work below and look out for more of her …

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South Korean CO Petition

Since June, 2015 the Peace and Justice Centre has been collecting signatures for a petition created by Amnesty International and championed by War Resisters International calling on the government of South Korea to stop imprisoning Conscientious Objectors (COs). We collected 368 …

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White Poppy Wreath

Following the Remembrance Sunday Ceremony at the War Memorial outside City Chambers on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh on Sunday, 8 November members of the Scottish Peace Network laid a white poppy wreath amidst the many red poppy wreaths to …

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Increasing the Visibility of White Poppies in Scottish Parliament

THE GROUP OF FIVE independent and Scottish Green MSPs have backed the Quaker white poppy campaign ahead of Armistice Day remembrance for the millions who died in the first world war. read more

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P&J Contribute to CAAT Event Celebrating 20 Years of Campaigning

P&J Coordinator Brian Larkin Chaired yesterday’s Campaign Against Arms Trade event in Edinburgh launching the CAAT campaign to divest the Scottish Parliament from the arms trade. CAAT Campaigner Kat Hobbs & MSPs, John Finnie & Alison Johnstone spoke at the …

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We’ve Moved to Nicolson Methodist Church – Temporarily!

We’ve moved temporarily to City of Edinburgh Methodist Church on Nicolson Square. We anticipate moving again to final new premises in a couple of weeks. Our Temporary address is: Edinburgh Peace and Justice Centre 25/3 Nicolson Square Edinburgh EH8 9BX Tel: …

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