Over the coming months we will be adding resources to this page to help you to commemorate the peace message and challenge of Remembrance. Leaflet and postcard with ideas on how to approach Remembrance 2018. Order postcard.
This image has been commissioned by the First World War Peace Forum as something that might be used across the country in association with Remembrance Day 2018. The centenary of the First World War Armistice will be widely commemorated, and this logo presents the message that the peace organisations wish to convey:
No More War – Let’s Make Peace Happen.
Use it for:
- flyers and handouts for meetings, Remembrance events and street stalls…
- a poster in your own or shop windows, on college, library or church notice-boards…
- social media to accompany news and events you want to advertise…
- or get it printed up cheaply as a larger vinyl banner to hang on park railings, balconies, bridges, community centres…
- see if your Town Hall might fly it as a flag for the weekend of 10-11 November 2018.
- Remembering Catholic COs of First World War – stories and prayer resource
- Record of Catholic COs, taken from data-base created by Cyril Pearce. Alphabetical listing of the COs with personal, tribunal and prison details.
- Stories of Conscientious Objectors from Lancashire: Services of Remembrance and Peace could recall the names and witness of conscientious objectors.
- Opposing World War One – an information briefing about conscientious objection and peace activism in the First World War. British peace organisations suggest that local and national events to mark the centenary of the First World War should also honour those whose convictions led them to oppose it. Produced by First World War Peace Forum