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Culture

Month for peace

More than 150 people gathered at Faringdon's Corn Exchange on 8 October to launch the local peace group's month for peace - in celebration of 25 years of peace campaigning in the Oxon villa

Going BeyondTv

Between 25 and 27 November Undercurrents hosts the 6th annual video activist festival with clown rebel army and video workshops.

The beautiful boy

I've always liked Shelley's life: its passion, poetry and politics.

Games, anarchists and bombs

There was a Parisian campaign to say “non” to the Olympics - which, surprisingly, got no coverage over here - as well as the (slightly reported) campaign by sensible people in London who o

25 years for peace

Twenty-five years ago, on the green slope overlooking Willen Lake in Milton Keynes, the foundation stone was laid of the first Peace Pagoda in the Western Hemisphere.

Art Not Oil at the "National Petroleum Gallery"

On 13 June the Art Not Oil (ANO) exhibition kicked off outside the National Portrait Gallery in Central London.

British recognition of CO spreads

Ceremonies to mark International COs' Day on 15 May are becoming more widespread in Britain, having taken place in at least seven cities this year.

Albert Camus, 'Neither Victims Nor Executioners'

Available from Housmans Bookshop at £1.50 a copy, post-free, or from the publishers Outside at 3 Rodborought Ave, Stroud, Glos GL5 3RR, who can provide copies for wider distribution

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Edited and with an introduction by Olu Oguibe, 'Sojourners: new writing by Africans in Britain'

Africa Refugee Publishing Collective, 1994; ISBN 1 8980 8800 4

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London launch of "Protective Wall"of international law

On 19 January, London’s Mayors For Peace reception provided the venue for the launch of the city’s contribution to the “protective wall of international law” initiative.