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.
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War School is a film about the battle for the hearts and minds of Britain’s children. Set against the backdrop of Remembrance, this controversial and challenging documentary reveals how, faced with unprecedented opposition to its wars, the British government is using a series of new and targeted strategies to promote support for the military.
This event in Birmingham is the first of a series of festivals for academics, activists and anyone interested in exploring the many legacies of World War One. The Peace Pledge Union will be running a session on peace history and its relevance for today.
The Peace Pledge Union will be running a stall at the annual conference of the National Education Union (NEU) in Liverpool. We'll be meeting delegates, displaying our educational resources and campaigning alongside teachers against militarism in the classroom.
Bringing together historians, activists, academics, performers and community groups, this festival in Bristol will explore overlooked aspects of the First World War, including conscientious objection, mutinies, strikes and women's peace activism.
Events will be held around the world in support of conscientious objectors currently in prison and in remembrance of the conscientious objectors of the past. More details will be available closer to the time.
Save the date! Our annual conference is an opportunity to explore pacifism, to learn from each other and to prepare ourselves for action. At our Annual General Meeting, we will look back at the last year of work and elect the PPU Council for the coming year.
Peace Pledge Union members around the UK will be joining with others concerned about the militarism creeping into British society through events such as Armed Forces Day. There will be protests, discussions and other events.
Pacifists and other anti-militarists from around the world will assemble in Colombia to learn from each other and to work together in challenging war and militarism and promoting active nonviolence. Members of the Peace Pledge Union will be representing British pacifists at the event.
The PPU, along with the many other groups that make up the Stop the Arms Fair coalition, will be taking part in a variety of nonviolent actions in the run-up to the DSEI arms fair in London.