Demonstration taking place all day from 7.00am when exhibitors and buyers will start to arrive. Gathering at the Arch on the Strand, Liverpool City Centre near the Albert Dock.
Peace Pledge Union: an online opportunity to discuss new ideas and practical approaches. All welcome. Register https://www.ppu.org.uk/civicrm/event/info%3Fid%3D231%26reset%3D1
Aisling, Pax Christi’s Education Worker, will be representing Pax Christi in the global vigil, organised by the Columbans, for Catholics and people of faith to pray and advocate for the success of COP26. https:www.24hoursfortheclimate.org Register https://www.votervoice.net/BroadcastLinks/7IHtfPDoFqouXQ-aLezStw
Global Day for Climate Justice
Coventry Prayer Vigil
Saturday, November 6th, 2-3pm at the Chapel of Unity, Coventry Cathedral.
As Government Leaders and climate activists meet in Glasgow for COP26, we will gather to pray for all those taking part and for positive outcomes for our world and all its people.
The world’s militaries are major carbon emitters yet are not even required to report their emissions, let alone reduce them. This Demilitarize workshop will discuss the size of military carbon emissions, the role of the military sector in protecting the extraction economy, how they seek to capitalise on the climate crisis by offering armed ‘solutions’, and how we might confront military power and forge lasting just alternatives to war. https://demilitarize.org.uk/event/challenging-the-military-carbon-bootprint/#more-3047
A different approach to remembrance, one that confronts the injustices of war, remembers all its victims, both military and civilian, and stands up for peace. Attend in person in Tavistock Square, London or online by joining on https://www.ppu.org.uk/remembrance-white-poppies
Contributions from: Hamit Dardagan, co-founder of Iraq Body Count and the charity Every Casualty Worldwide, Huda Ammori, activist, writer and co-founder of Palestine Action . Hosted by Anya Nanning Ramamurthy, organiser of London youth climate strikes and Peace Pledge Union council member.
We will lay white poppy wreaths in memory of all victims of war, both civilian and military, past and present. For those attending in person there will also be an opportunity to lay individual white poppies on the Conscientious Objectors’ Commemorative Stone.