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75 years since the end of the Second World War, PPU members and allies will be mourning all victims of the war and committing themselves to work for peace and resist war. We will make educational resources available and challenge the UK government's call for people to "celebrate" VJ Day.
Welcome to the first in a series of events looking at how we can resist militarism - in society, in politics, in education, in everyday life. This is not only a chance to hear from inspiring speakers but also to share your own thoughts and experiences as we learn from each other, and as we plan to challenge militarism and to campaign for peace and active nonviolence.
Young PPU members and allies in the UK will be joining with people around the world to challenge militarism in schools, local communities and everyday life.
In the run-up to Remembrance Sunday, the Peace Pledge Union will be distributing white poppies and promoting remembrance for all victims of war of all nationalities, alongside the need to work for peace and resist militarism.