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A one-day workshop for peace campaigners, hosted by Christian CND, Quaker Peace & Social Witness, Fellowship of Reconciliation and Pax Christi
Mainstream Media workshop poster
In the past it was the Church, but today the media informs and educates, influences public opinion and standards, suggests a moral code and reflects modern society. Learn how to engage with press, broadcasters and news-websites and get your message across.
Are you disappointed when journalists do not cover your event? Are you nervous when asked to do an interview on the telephone? Do you use and give information to the news-websites?
Journalist, Ellen Teague will lead us through a series of 3 workshops run by campaigning journalist, Paul Donovan, experienced radio interviewee Marigold Bentley, and Henrietta Cullinan from the Christian website, Ekklesia, where you will be able to build confidence by learning and practising skills such as writing targeted press-releases, taking part in radio interviews and getting your event on to the news- websites, among others.
The annual gathering at the Conscientious Objectors stone in honour of COs past and present.
First World War Peace Forum: APF, Conscience, FoR, MAW, NfP, Pax Christi, Peace News, PPU, QPSW ,the Right to Refuse to Kill group, WILPF
There are also events taking place in Oxford, Edinburgh, Bradford, more here
As part of the celebrations for International CO Day Pax Christi members in Cambridge with Stop the War are organising an evening meeting with speaker, Dr.Guido Gruenewald from Germany. Bookstalls from Pax Christi and Stop the War.
This is an open invitation to members, supporters and friends to come and learn more about the work of Pax Christi, share ideas on peacemaking and be inspired by the peace witness of others, from the First World War to today. Register here
Morning: business matters and reports from the office team and group discussion on ‘good news’ stories of peacemaking
Lunch: please bring food for a shared lunch – drinks will be available
Afternoon: Subversive Peacemakers! A chance to hear the courageous stories of some of the Conscientious Objectors of the First
World War through a illustrated and musical presentation offered by Clive Barrett , Chair of the Peace Museum, Bradford. Clive has gathered local stories and examples of the music that inspired CO’s in their struggle. A chance to sing along too!
We bring the theme up-to-date with the present day work of , long-standing peacemaker and founder of the Campaign for the Accountability of American Bases, Lindis Percy.
We will end the day with a time of prayer