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John Dear to speak at P&J AGM on Nonviolent Resistance in the Age of Trump

The Peace & Justice Centre is delighted to announce that John Dear will be our special guest speaker for our AGM on 13 July. Long time activist, and movement organizer Fr. John Dear is the author of 35 books, including …

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Pancakes for Peace – 28th February 2017

Are you planning on having Pancakes on Shrove Tuesday this year?Why not invite some friends and neighbours around celebrate together with our free resource? Or if you don’t fancy cooking, you can print it out and take it to pancake …

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Dan Berrigan – Peacemaker – Dies, age 94

The great “radical priest” Daniel Berrigan has died. With his brother Philip and a group of Catholic pacifists known as the Catonsville Nine he famously burned draft files, protesting the Vietnam War, in 1968 and with the Plowshares Eight, he …

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First World War Resisters Celebrated in P&J Exhibition at Scottish Storytelling Centre

  An exhibition of graphic posters telling stories of people and movements that opposed the First World War opens Thursday 25 February with a participatory, storytelling launch event at the Scottish Storytelling Centre. The original, colourful posters in The World …

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Why Red Poppies and Not White Sold @ Parliament?

Scottish WILPF distributed almost 400 poppies in the Scottish Parliament to MSPs, staff and guests during this week. Due to Scottish parliamentary rules they were neither allowed to sell the poppies or ask for donations. John Mason MSP topped up …

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