Peace News Summer Camp

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At the 2014 camp

This year, we’re bringing peace and justice activists from across Europe to help us mark the centenary of the First World War – and to ‘Declare Peace’ on the 100th anniversary of the day that Britain declared war on Germany.

We will also have workshops and discussions, practical skills sessions, delicious vegan food cooked by Veggies, films, fun and DIY entertainment, a bar, a campfire, and activities and facilities for children and families.

Workshops and activities at the camp will include:

  • Britain’s top peace researcher, professor Paul Rogers of Bradford School of Peace Studies
  • Bruce Kent, Britain’s best-known and best-loved peace activist
  • One of Britain’s finest songwriters, Robb Johnson, who will be singing from his brilliant First World War song cycle, Gentle Men.
  • ‘The World is My Country’: Stories of the Resistance to the First World War
  • Syria in Crisis
  • Radical Clowning
  • A lively Children’s Space
  • Countering the Militarisation of Youth Across Europe
  • Samba l Communicating Nonviolently
  • The First World War Seen from the Global South
  • Vegan Cake-Making
  • Improving Facilitation
  • Better Strategies for Winning Campaigns
  • Singing
  • Making Nonviolent Revolution
  • Radical Knitting
  • Yoga
  • Consensus Decision-Making
  • Chomsky’s Politics
  • Why We Don’t Need Sizewell
  • Nonviolent Direct Action
  • Resolving Relationship Conflicts
  • Trident & the Force de Frappe
  • and much more…

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