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Keep up-to-date with Pax Christi and other peace-related events.  If you are organising a Pax Christi event in your own area send us details and we will post them here.

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Jun
15
Sat
Stop the Arms Fair Network meeting @ St Hilda's East Community Centre
Jun 15 @ 12:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Stop the Arms Fair Network meeting @ St Hilda's East Community Centre

DSEI will be fast approaching by the 8th June, so we will gather together at St Hilda’s East Community Centre in London to pin down our plans and get more people involved. More info on the CAAT website

Jun
23
Sun
Manchester Service for Peace in Ukraine @ Ukrainian Church
Jun 23 @ 3:00 pm

This service is supported by Bishop John Arnold. Attend if you can, or join them in prayer. Full details:

here

Jun
26
Wed
Climate Change Lobby @ London
Jun 26 all-day

On June 26th there will be a mass lobby for action on climate change. Climate change is already fuelling armed conflict. As Pope Francis reminds us, ‘I wish to mention another threat to peace which arises from the greedy exploitation of environmental resources.’ Thousands of people will come together to send a message to politicians: End the UK’s contribution to climate change and pass ambitious laws that create a healthier environment for nature and people.  More information here

Jun
27
Thu
London: Talk by Luigi Ciotti @ Italian Cultural Institute
Jun 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This talk has been highlighted by members of Pax Christi Italy. Meet Luigi Ciotti founder of “Libera Contro le Mafie“, an organisation that promotes the use of land and assets seized from the Mafia to set up local food cooperatives, anti-drug projects and community centres, as well as seeking to provide employment for those sidelined by organised crime.
In this talk with Davide Palmisano, the founder of Libera will explain his 25-year long fight against organised crime through community empowerment and social entrepreneurship.

Jun
29
Sat
Save the Earth Abolish War Conference @ Mander Hall National Education Union HQ
Jun 29 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

The conference will examine the theme of militarism and the environment. The morning sessions concentrate on how war and preparation for war accelerate climate change. In
the afternoon, the focus is on the abolition of war, drawing on past initiatives. “The elephant in the kitchen when it comes to Climate Change is clearly the world’s military. The world spends something like 2 trillion US dollars a year on its military. At
least half of that vast sum goes on military production with a massive CO2 output. The military are both a major cause of climate change and hence, of the conflicts which result
from the movement of peoples as deserts spread.” Bruce Kent, President of MAW, Vice President of CND

“If we’re going to win on climate we have to make sure we are counting carbon
completely, not exempting different things like military emissions because it is politically
inconvenient to count them. The atmosphere certainly counts the carbon from the
military, therefore we must as well.” Stephen Kretzmann, Director, Oil Change
International.

“…if the emissions have to stop, then we must stop the emissions. To me that is black or
white. There are no grey areas when it comes to survival. Either we go on as a
civilization or we don’t. We have to change.” Greta Thunberg, Climate activist

Download the full programme Here

Jul
26
Fri
Annual Justice and Peace Conference @ The Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick
Jul 26 @ 6:00 pm – Jul 28 @ 3:00 pm
Annual Justice and Peace Conference @ The Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick

Pope Francis calls us to be ‘… a Church which is poor and for the poor’. To be with those on the margins as equal partners, enabling them to find their own solutions to the issues they face.

Conference 2019 will work with Church Action on Poverty who are undertaking a three year project to challenge the Churches about where they put their resources. It will hear from ‘communities of praxis’ who are already involved on the margins, and engage in social analysis and theological reflection from the perspective of those on the margins.

Join us in 2019 to explore mission, theological reflection and social action with people who have been pushed to the margins of society by poverty.

Aug
3
Sat
Birmingham Training Day: Stop the DSEI Arms fair @ The Priory Rooms,
Aug 3 @ 10:30 am – 3:30 pm

Find our more? Click here

Aug
6
Tue
Hiroshima Day – Westminster Cathedral @ Westminster Cathedral Piazza
Aug 6 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Hiroshima Day - Westminster Cathedral @ Westminster Cathedral Piazza

Join the Pax Christi team on Hiroshima Day (August 6) outside Westminster Cathedral in London for a time of witness and prayer. Come and pray for peace. Prayers at 12 noon and 3pm.  If you are able to help on the day please call the office 0208 203 4884

Hiroshima remembered by CND around the country @ Various
Aug 6 @ 12:00 pm – 12:00 pm

Hiroshima memorial events organised by CND around the country. See details at https://cnduk.org/events/

Leeds Women in Black: For Palestine & Israel @ Dortmund Square
Aug 6 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Pax Christi members are supporting a new Women in Black vigil in Leeds, focussed on Palestine. It will happen on the first Tuesday of the month, beginning in August. Join them if you can!

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