study and teaching resources


| war & peace in world religions
| just war
| statement on violence
| 20 century action for peace

| white poppies for peace

Cartoonists' comment on the World Disarmament Conference 1932-37

| people
| nonviolence and WW2
| conflict
| remembrance
| pacifism

| poetry and war

| against war


"People try nonviolence for a week, and when it doesn’t work they go back to violence which hasn’t worked for centuries."

This part of our web site brings together some of our resources which are most likely to be of interest to pupils, teachers and parents.

The site's title hints that this is a site with attitude. The education process and its content are not value free and neither is the material available here. The value that underpins this site is the belief that nonviolence is better than violence; that building a culture of peace should be a priority and a part of this process is both to question and to challenge our easy acquiescence in a culture of violence.


| conscientious objection
backgound, hsitory, experiences


visit from space



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