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No Pride in War: Stop BAE Systems sponsoring LGBT Pride
Armed Forces Day: War is not family entertainment
Remember the conscientious objectors of the First World War
What's the army doing in your school?
The Peace Pledge Union has predicted that the majority of people in the UK will not support any attempt by the British government to go to war with Iran.
Teachers and parents have been telling the Peace Pledge Union that they worry that Armed Forces Day will be used to present children with a glamorised image of war.
Grassroots LGBTQ campaigners in York have welcomed the news that the armed forces will not be marching in uniformed blocks at the city's Pride parade tomorrow (Saturday 8th June 2019).
Peace Pledge Union members have challenged themselves to ensure that they live up to their values within their own organisation, and act in solidarity with people around the world.
LGBTQ campaigners have joined with the Peace Pledge Union and other groups to urge organisers of LGBT Pride events not to accept sponsorship from arms dealers.
Theresa May and Donald Trump have been accused of abusing the memory of people who died on D-Day by using the 75th anniversary to ramp up support for military force today.
We inivite you to join us in London on Satuday 1st June for Local to Global: Solidarity for Peace. This is the annual conference of the Peace Pledge Union.
Young people in the UK have marked International Conscientious Objectors' Day by insisting that they will resist militarism in everyday life.