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Leeds: what can we do about Palestine?
Jun 17 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Film Festival, Leeds Pax Christi, and Diocese of Leeds Justice & Peace Commission write … “We know there are so many people out there who sympathise with the Palestinian cause but don’t know what to do. 
There is so much people can do individually or together. 
Find out at this special one-off event – short talks, panel discussion and film extracts – put on jointly by the Film Festival, Leeds Pax Christi, and Diocese of Leeds Justice & Peace Commission. 
Register for a place here

Pax Christi AGM
Jun 18 all-day

Pax Christi’s AGM is planned to take place at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church WC2H 8EP on Saturday 18 June.

Ziegler One Year On – a celebration of the ground-breaking right to protest decision by the Supreme Court
Jun 18 @ 2:00 pm

On 18 June Peace News will be celebrating the 1st anniversary of the groundbreaking Ziegler ‘right to protest’ decision with the four anti-arms trade campaigners at the heart of the case and their solicitor. Register here now for this Zoom event:…

Devastation and Defiance in Ukraine: 100 days of war that is reshaping Europe
Jun 22 @ 6:45 pm

Warwick District UN Association are pleased to have Dr Ruth Deyermond from King’s College, London who will address the meeting on the on-going conflict in Ukraine. Zoom open at 6:45 pm for prompt start at 7.00 pm

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Anglican Pacifist Fellowship Monthly Prayers
Jun 23 @ 8:00 pm

The ‘theme’ for these Prayers is Military Spending.  We will also be taking time to remember Bruce Kent, who sadly died on 8 June. 

Thursday 23 June 2022 
Time: 8 PM (UK) 4 PM (Atlantic) 3PM (EDT) and 9PM (European) 
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Meeting ID: 948 3489 1947

Education Workshop: Israel-Palestine in secondary schools
Jun 25 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Education Workshop
Israel-Palestine in secondary schools

having the confidence to teach it

Saturday 25 June 2022 at 10am – 1pm UK
Click here to reserve your place.
 This is a three-hour FREE workshop being hosted by the Balfour Project on the morning of Saturday 25 June from 10.00 till 13.00 UK time.
The workshop is primarily for secondary school history teachers but anyone interested in the teaching of Palestine – Israel is very welcome to join us. The sessions will include short presentations, discussions and Q & As.
Our objective is to persuade more schools to teach about Israel – Palestine, because of the importance of the subject in Britain’s past, present and future, and its continuing importance to international human rights, international law, peace, justice and equality. 
Anglican Pacifist Fellowship Monthly Prayers
Jun 29 @ 1:00 pm

The ‘theme’ for these Prayers is Military Spending.  We will also be taking time to remember Bruce Kent, who sadly died on 8 June. 

Wednesday 29 June 2022 Time: Noon (UK) 1PM (European) 8 AM (Atlantic) and 7AM (EDT) Anglican Pacifist Fellowship is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

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Meeting ID: 948 3489 1947

Online Prayer Service for the Holy Land
Jun 29 @ 3:00 pm

Please join us for an online prayer service for the Holy Land


5 PM Bethlehem // 4 pm Rome // 10 AM Washington DC


Pax Christi International’s Catholic Nonviolence Initiative and the JPIC Commission of UISG/USG invite you to pray together in a special way for our family in the Holy Land. This one-hour Zoom event will include music and prayers, with photos and stories of peacemakers and advocates for nonviolence.

The event will be English, with translation in French, Spanish and Arabic. 

Livestream will be available on Pax Christi International’s YouTube page, (This will be in English only)

Contact for more information

The Work of our Hands? Reconciliation in Turbulent Times
Jul 2 @ 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

A conference organised by the Fellowship of Reconciliation and Church and Peace at Bull Street Quaker Meeting House, Birmingham offering ‘a chance to reflect on the world as we find it, to think about actions we can take and how to care for ourselves and others while following the long path to reconciliation’. Keynote Speakers: Rev Barbara Glasson, Dr Justine Huxley.

A £15.00 day ticket to the conference includes refreshments and buffet lunch. To join the day, please register at:

In Memoriam: Celebrating the Life & Work of Bruce Kent
Jul 7 @ 12:00 pm

CND and IPB will share videos and pictures of Bruce’s lifelong activism as well as tributes and memories from his close friends and colleagues, including: Kate Hudson, Reiner Braum, Meg Beresford, Dave Webb, Philip Jennings, Jeremy Corbyn, Sweta Choudhury, Ann Farr. Join the event at

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