Remembering Iraq

In 2005 Edinburgh Stop the War held an exhibition of photographs taken in Iraq by Annette Lamont and David Lynn.   The photographs were taken in Baghdad and Takri between February and April 2003; a period that covered the lead up to the US-UK attack and invasion and the impact of the attack itself. Annette and David were among 40 ‘Human Shields’ who stayed in Iraq … Continue reading Remembering Iraq

TO YEMEN WITH LOVE

Saturday 15th June 2019 | Glasgow School of Art 20 Scott Street, Glasgow G3 6PE https://www.toyemenwithlove.org/ An event in Glasgow full of poetry, music, art, Yemeni culture, as well as speakers highlighting the situation in Yemen. Food: Cafe opens 12 noon: Yemeni inspired food & stalls To Yemen With Love: Main event: 3.00pm – 6.00pm Glasgow School of Art 20 Scott Street, Glasgow G3 6PE … Continue reading TO YEMEN WITH LOVE

The case for leaving NATO

Edinburgh Stop the War is cohosting this public meeting with Edinburgh CND and the Radical Independence Campaign.  It will take place at 7pm on 27th March at the Augustine Church on George 4th Bridge.  The event will be participative and will provide space for discussion and sharing ideas.  We recommend the UK CND briefing on NATO if you want to do some reading before the event. … Continue reading The case for leaving NATO

Equality, Freedom and Justice for Palestinians

Demo called by the Palestine Alliance: 2pm Saturday 30th March at the Foot of the Mound Edinburgh https://www.facebook.com/events/608760759594953/ The Palestine Alliance invites you to join in a demonstration of solidarity with the Palestinian people on 30th March, Land Day, which also marks one year since the start of the Gaza Great March of Return. Land Day is the anniversary of the Israeli army killing in … Continue reading Equality, Freedom and Justice for Palestinians

Yemen: 4 Years of British Enabled Tragedy

The evidence of just how destructive the UK-backed Saudi war on Yemen has been continues to flood in. Last week, two separate reports outlined the scale of brutality unleashed on the Yemeni people. A United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) report concluded that nearly one-hundred civilians were killed or injured in Yemen every week in 2018 whilst the preface of the Days of Judgement … Continue reading Yemen: 4 Years of British Enabled Tragedy