Learning from mass movements against war – organizing for the future

Monday 16th October 7.30pm at the Quaker Meeting House, 7 Victoria Terrace:  – organized by Edinburgh Stop the War https://www.facebook.com/events/103709333711926/ We’ll be showing the short film ‘Old Enough to Know Better’ which chronicles the activity of Edinburgh’s anti war school students in 2003. We’d also welcome short contributions for individuals who have been involved in anti-war campaigning. In discussion we want to draw on and … Continue reading Learning from mass movements against war – organizing for the future

Inside the global arms trade

Two important meetings in Edinburgh this week Weds 4th October, 7pm Screening of the film Shadow World followed by panel discussion including Edinburgh Stop the War. Organised by Campaign against the Arms Trade and Take One Action Venue: 50 George Square EH8 9JU Thursday 5th October, 7pm Meeting: Inside the global arms trade Speaker – Andrew Feinstein – organised by Stop The War, RIC, CAAT, … Continue reading Inside the global arms trade

North Korea, Trump and War: Dissecting the Crisis in the Pacific

Saturday 30th September, 1pm – 4pm at Strathclyde University Student Union, 90 John Street, Glasgow G1 1JH As tensions mount in the Asia-Pacific we are pleased to announce that we will be joined by Dr Owen Miller, among others, to dissect the nature and history of North Korea – as well as the strategic objectives and ambitions of the United States in relation to Japan, … Continue reading North Korea, Trump and War: Dissecting the Crisis in the Pacific

Women who widnae haud their wheesht in WW1

Scottish branch of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom have linked up with Glasgow Women’s Library to bring you an event focusing on the Peace Crusades in Glasgow & Manchester. Not all women were in favour of war in 1914-1918. Many were particpants in the Women’s Peace Crusades. The event will take place on Saturday afternoon, 1.30-3.30 on 30 September 2017, at Glasgow Women’s … Continue reading Women who widnae haud their wheesht in WW1