This list includes PPU events as well as other events that PPU members and supporters are involved in. The inclusion of an event on the list does not imply that it is endorsed by the PPU.
You might also be interested in the Network for Peace's more detailed list of events organised by groups concerned with peace.
If you are involved in organising other events that you think should be listed here, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
50 Cities 50 Traces - Against Traceless Oblivion is an international art and peace project to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons signed by the the USA, the Soviet Union and the United Kingdom in 1968.
Peace campaigners including PPU members will be on trial for their nonviolent resistance to the DSEI arms fair in London.
Join us to consider the work of the PPU over the last year and to make plans for the year ahead. This is an event for PPU members, but you can join on the day!
People around the world will be marking International Women's Day. In the UK, women members of the Peace Pledge Union will challenge militarism and its association with misogyny, and speak out against attempts by armed forces and arms companies to portray themselves as feminist.
Grounded in innovative ‘embodying peaces’ methodology, this course focuses on practical tools and enhanced reflexive and facilitation qualities for peace building and education.
Further details: https://resonancepeaces.wordpress.com/
A day conference put together by all members of the Network of Christian Peace Organisations. This will happen in London, close to Euston Station. More details soon.
The Peace Pledge Union will be mourning everyone killed in the Second World War while challenging attempts to use the 75th annivesary of VE Day to whip up support for war and militarism.
Events will be held around the globe in solidarity with conscientious objectors in prison today and in grateful memory of conscientious objectors of the past.
Armed Forces Day will be celebrated around the UK, whipping up support for war by the back door and giving children the impression that violence and obedience are something to be admired. There will be protests, vigils and alternative events to challenge war and militarism.
In the run-up to Remembrance Sunday, the Peace Pledge Union will be distributing white poppies and promoting remembrance for all victims of war of all nationalities, alongside the need to work for peace and resist militarism.