Peace News 
8 July 2014
BELGIAN PEACEMAKER TO JOIN SUFFOLK GATHERING IN DECLARING PEACE ON WW1 CENTENARY
Peter Tatchell, Bruce Kent and Aneaka Kellay to lead workshops at five-day family-friendly event
31 July – 4 August, Suffolk: Activists and campaigners from around Europe – including Belgian peacemaker An Maeyens  – will be joining Peter Tatchell, Bruce Kent, and Aneaka Kellay at Peace News Summer Camp 2014  near Leiston in Suffolk to declare peace on 4 August, the 100th anniversary of the day that Britain declared war on Germany.
Workshops at the family-friendly and renewably-powered event, which will run from 31 July – 4 August in the beautiful grounds of Peakhill Farm, will include:
- ‘A century on the edge: from Cold War to hot world, 1945–2045’ with Paul Rogers, Britain’s leading peace researcher 
- ‘The world is my country: a visual celebration of the people & movements that opposed the First World War’ with artist Emily Johns 
- ‘The ABCs of campaigning: how we won same-sex marriage’ with internationally-renowned human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell 
- The UK premiere of the film ‘Radical Friends’ with film-maker Chihiro Geuzebroek 
- ‘Mobilising: The Anti-Fracking Movement & Community Organising’ with Aneaka Kellay from No Dash for Gas 
Evening entertainments will include storytelling, a talent show, a quiz and one of Britain’s finest songwriters, Robb Johnson, singing his brilliant First World War song cycle, Gentle Men .
Tickets for the five-day camp, at Peakhill Farm in Theberton (IP16 4TG) cost £20 – £100 depending on income, though entry for a single day is by donation. More information is available online at www.peacenewscamp.info.
 An Maeyens is co-ordinator of trainings for the Belgian group Vredesactie (Peace Action): http://www.vredesactie.be/en