Donald Trump will be back in London just a week before the general election, meeting up with Boris Johnson, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and other heads of state at the NATO summit. The event marks the 70th anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, the world’s largest nuclear-armed military alliance. No doubt Johnson will be looking forward to meeting up with Trump again, but the event … Continue reading NATO a critical issue in the General Election
Medea Benjamin from US peace campaign Code Pink spoke to Edinburgh Stop the War on Friday 26th July Continue reading Medea Benjamin on Trump’s push for war with Iran
Download the petition and use it in your workplace, community group or with your friends. Continue reading Petition – don’t attack Iran
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
Stop the War has a stall at the Women’s STUC in the Caird Hall, Dundee – Monday 29th and Tuesday 30th October. Make sure to come and have a chat if you’re at the conference or in the vicinity! #stucwomen18 Continue reading Stall at Women’s STUC 2018
Summerhall Arts Centre partnered with the British Army at this years Edinburgh Fringe Festival in a series of events under the banner Army @ the Fringe. In August Edinburgh Stop the War and a number of other individuals and organisations wrote to Summerhall asking them to reconsider the partnership. Summerhall’s response was: ‘For Summerhall, the initiative is an opportunity to reach new audiences and to … Continue reading Army @ The Fringe
The appaling nature of the Saudi regime was recently brought into focus following the alleged torture and assassination of the Saudi journalist (a Washington Post columnist) Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. It is unconscionable that Theresa May’s government is continuing to provide assistance to such a hideous dictatorship. The British government’s practice of selling arms and providing other support to Saudi Arabia … Continue reading Hands off Yemen
This weekend marks the 17th anniversary of the invasion of Afghanistan by the US, the UK and several of its allies. According to a conservative estimate, 217,000 Afghans have died as a direct result of the fighting. Additional UK troops are being deployed to the country, although UK military intervention has been leading to more bitterness and more violence. Continue reading Seventeen years in Afghanistan
Scotland welcomes the world to FASLANE NUCLEAR BASE Saturday, 22 September 2018 Assemble 12.00 noon at the Peace Camp and walk to the North Gate
Stop the War Scotland urges all its supports to join this demonstration.
Scottish CND is inviting campaigners from around the world to join us in challenging the UK Government to sign the Nuclear Ban Treaty, enter negotiations and scrap their … Continue reading NAE NUKES ANYWHERE!
Some of the events taking place around Scotland on and around the 6th August Perth. Hiroshima Day Peace Pole Walk: a walk (estimated time 30 mins) between the two Peace Poles in Perth, St Ninians Episcopal Cathedral North Methven Street to the Rodney Gardens, meet 2.15pm for 2.30 start. Edinburgh. August 6. 6pm. Edinburgh Hiroshima Commemoration. The Mound. Bordering Princes Street, Edinburgh. Contact Edinburgh CND. Glasgow. August … Continue reading Remember Hiroshima