This list includes PPU events as well as other events that PPU members and supporters are involved in. The inclusion of an event on the list does not imply that it is endorsed by the PPU.
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Fresh from a tour of the United States, this acclaimed new play by Michael Mears - profressional actor and member of the Peace Pledge Union - continues with more performances around London, Scotland and the north of England. The play follows the real-life experiences of Bert Brocklesby, who risked a death sentence for refusing to fight in World War One.
Visit Friends House in London to view a work of art based around remembrance and peace. This takes the form of a large installation of handmade white poppies to commemorate victims of wars since World War One.
Mic Dixon's news film War School reveals how the British government is spending millions of pounds of new public funding and using more than 40 new strategies to promote military values to the public and entice children into the armed forces.
Pacifists and other anti-militarists around the world will be taking all sorts of action to counter the militarisation of society in general and young people in particular. Co-ordinated by War Resisters' International, of which the Peace Pledge Union is the British section.
The annual conference of our friends and allies at the Fellowship of Reconciliation, this event aims to map the practical journeys that bring individuals, communities and societies to peace.
Events will be held around the world in support of conscientious objectors currently in prison and in remembrance of the conscientious objectors of the past. More details will be available closer to the time.
Peace Pledge Union members around the UK will be joining with others concerned about the militarism creeping into British society through events such as Armed Forces Day. There will be protests, discussions and other events.