The theme is Access All Areas…Disability Justice. Come and join our bi-monthly gathering to listen to singers of radical songs and share songs, stories and poems on a different theme each month. Entry is free with raffle and donations collected for a relevant cause. With music from: Penny Stone, other special guests and you! – […]

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 “As a result of the Tory-DUP deal and uncertainties created by Brexit, politics in Northern Ireland are more prominent than any time since the Good Friday Agreement. With the border and re-unification once again live issues, and the spectre of sectarianism never far off, how can the left respond to the new situation?    Seán […]

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Scottish branch of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom have linked up with Glasgow Women’s Library to bring you an event focusing on the Peace Crusades in Glasgow and Manchester. Not all women were in favour of war in 1914-1918. Many were participants in the Women’s Peace Crusades. The event will take place on […]

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Moving photo exhibition on survivors from Hiroshima and their  visit to Faslane Peace Camp. Faslane Peace Camp is the world’s oldest permanent protest site in it’s 35th year alongside Faslane Naval Base, Argyle and Bute, Scotland, Home to the U.K’s nuclear deterrent Trident. Gareth King documented the months running up to a visit from “Hibakusha” […]

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Edinburgh Campaign Against Arms Trade together with Take One Action bring you the film ‘Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade’, a powerful documentary exposing the billion-dollar arms trade that costs millions of lives. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with Q&A featuring Andrew Feinstein, author of the book Shadow World. The […]

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The film is about the fight for low-cost AIDS drugs in South Africa. There will also be a chance to find out about Global Justice Now’s new campaign on the Pharmaceutical Industry. Part of the Edinburgh World Justice Festival.

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Andrew Feinstein author of The Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade talks about Britain’s role in the global mega business that is the arms trade. Organised by Edinburgh Stop the War, SWILPF, RIC Edinburgh and Edinburgh CAAT at Quakers Meeting House. Tickets  (free): https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-shadow-world-inside-the-global-arms-trade-tickets-37736050543?aff=efbeventtix

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In advance of the Edinburgh Trades Conference, “WHAT NEXT IN THE FIGHT FOR OUR RIGHTS?” on Saturday 7 October 9:30-4:00pm, St. Thomas of Aquins HS, 2-20 Chalmers St. EH3 9ES – WE ARE ALL DANIEL BLAKE are hosting an evening of politics, music and conversation. We are delighted to announce that our speakers include the […]

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Silent witness for Peace at the North Gate at Faslane held six times a year. They will leave south Edinburgh around 08:30am. The journey is broken for coffee at Dino’s cafe in Helensburgh, and participants bring a packed lunch and something to sit on.

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This event will explore how women can collaborate and contribute to ensuring that their needs are met and their voices heard in the context of all conflict, including the experience of women refugees from conflict-affected countries. Learning from and sharing with each other to enable diaspora and local women to share visions and practical solutions. […]

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Edinburgh Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament’s meeting at the Edinburgh World Justice Festival. We hope to introduce people to the organisation and politics of Faslane Peacecamp through the eyes of present day and past participants.

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Come and learn how to make Origami cranes! Family Friendly. Free entry. Folding paper cranes is done in memory of all those killed by the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs because of the story of Sadako, a Japanese girl who was just two years old, living in Hiroshima when the atom bomb was dropped. Sadako later […]

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Silent witness for Peace at the North Gate at Faslane held six times a year. They will leave south Edinburgh around 08:30am. The journey is broken for coffee at Dino’s cafe in Helensburgh, and participants bring a packed lunch and something to sit on.

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