Peace Education Newsletter – February 2014

Dear Friends,

Have you seen our new website? It is full of details of our education work alongside details of our events, campaigns, resources, and prayers.


Building Schools for Peace
How would a commitment to nonviolence change a school?
What does a school for peace look like?

Join us for this Peace Education Network workshop where staff and students from Trinity will lead us in exploring how to build a school for peace

Monday 17 March. 1 – 3pm at Trinity Catholic School, Leamington Spa. For more information or to book a place on this free workshop, contact Matt or see


School Workshops
Demand for our school workshops remains very high. Book early to avoid disappointment.


Ash Wednesday
We gather once more for our Ash Wednesday witness at the Ministry of Defence on 5 March at 3pm. Meet in Victoria Embankment Gardens Whitehall Section… West side of Northumberland Avenue at 3.00pm. Nearest tubes Embankment and Charing Cross. More details on our website


Sarajevo Youth Peace Camp, June 6-9
There is a Youth Camp as part of the Sarajevo Peace Festival in June. See website for details


Petition: Ending recruitment of under-18s to the armed forces
Pax Christi and the Peace Education Network are supporting this petition. Please sign it here


Schools Membership
By taking out membership of Pax Christi your school can demonstrate their commitment to work for peace and become part of our global movement for peace. More details

Our latest members’ newsletter looks at the costs and funding of war. It is available on our website


The Global Day of Action on Military Spending is on Monday 14 April. We have a youth work resource which examines the spending priorities of the UK Government

In peace,


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