“brave and engrossing” The Guardian Meet Paul, Samuel, Padam and Umesh. By day they join the ranks of the 1.6 million migrant workers toiling away to build the infrastructure for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. By night they compete in a workers’ football tournament, playing in the very stadiums that will one day host the […]
“made with courage under hostile conditions…the film celebrates the bravery of Maria and her no-less impressive family” The Hollywood Reporter Maria Toorpakai is a top-raking squash player who defiantly refuses to be held down by oppressive gender norms. In her home region of Waziristan, girls are forbidden to attend school, listen to music, or walk […]
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” […]
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. […]
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.