INTERNATIONAL CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS' DAY
Monday 15th May 2017
Events will be held around the world to remember, support and celebrate conscientious objectors, who have established and are maintaining the right to refuse to kill.
LONDON: 12.00 noon, Tavistock Square
Open to all
We will lay white flowers in memory of conscientious objectors past and present, including the hundreds still imprisoned around the world for resisting war. There will be reflections and music to celebrate conscientious objection. The ceremony is organised by the World War One Peace Forum, a network of groups including the Peace Pledge Union.
Events to mark International Conscientious Objectors' Day will take place around the world. Below are the details of the events in the UK that we know about. If you have information about any events in the UK for CO Day that are not listed here, please let us know! You can email firstname.lastname@example.org. Details of events to mark the day elsewhere in the world are available from War Resisters' International.
5.00-6.00pm, Monday 15 May 2017: Foot of the Mound, by the National Gallery, Princes Street
12.00 noon - 1.00pm, Monday 15 May 2017: An hour-long vigil with leaflets on Hay Hill in the city centre, Organised by: Norwich Quakers. Contact: 01603 62194 or email@example.com.
Monday 15 May 2017, Time to be confirmed (probably noon or 1.00pm): Peace Plaque, Bonn Square. Organised by Oxfordshire Peace Campaign. Contact: Nigel Day, firstname.lastname@example.org.
12.30pm, Sunday 14 May 2017: Walk and sing for peace. Meet at HMS Nelson gate, Queens Street, to walk about two miles to Sallyport, Old Portsmouth, singing peace songs at appropriate points, and giving the Portsmouth pink peace scarf another outing. Organised by Southdowns Peace Group, Portsmouth Quaker Meeting and Women in Black. Contact SueAdey@aol.com