Working in Edinburgh and across Scotland since 1980, we promote:
Nonviolence – human rights – conflict resolution – peacebuilding & ecological sustainability
Our Peacebuilding in schools project facilitators have run Cooperative Games courses in more than 50 primary school classes across Edinburgh and Glasgow. Our Collaborative Classrooms programme provides training for teachers and kids for in Nonviolent Communication, Restorative Justice and Peer Mediation. Find out more
There are 37 war memorials in Edinburgh. Isn’t it time peacemakers are recognised in public space too?
Find out about our plans to build a Memorial to Conscientious Objectors in Edinburgh’s Princes Street Gardens. We organise Conscientous Objectors Day Vigils in Edinburgh annually. And, check out the stories of First World War COs in our Legacies of Resistance booklet here.
We are a partner in the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2017. Our Peace Cranes project engages people in their communities to remember all those killed by the Hiroshima bomb and raise awareness of the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty. An exhibition featuring 140,000 peace cranes made by bolunteers at our workshops in Scotland, and sent from around the UK and beyond along with the works of international artists will launch at the Just Festival in 2021. Find out more…
We organise events like Fly Kites not Drones, Global Days of Action on Mililtary Spending and lots of other events challenging militarism and promoting alternatives to war.
We’re active in the Don’t Bank on the Bomb Scotland campaign. Check out the Stop Funding the End of World: A guide to nuclear weapons divestment in Scotland and find out how you can take action to promote divestment.
And we’re working with Campaign Against the Arms Trade in Scotland to advocate Divestment from arms and to end arms sales to Saudi Arabia.