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Rallying support

“We must do something! Let's call a rally!” Speakers are organised, leaflets produced and participants get to show solidarity with the cause. End of story?

Mixing it

So, we've heard the horror stories: mixed activism—with the men gallivanting about taking heroic action and the women staying on site, or choosing alternative forms of protest. Does mixed activism have to end up replicating patriarchal norms? Two activists from Trident Ploughshares discuss their experience.


Learning the ropes of peace activism

Friends of South Asia (FOSA), a California organisation working for peace between India and Pakistan, came into existence when, in December 2001, nine of us, the founding members, came to

Introducing the DSEi NVDA Training Collective

Plans for protest at DSEi this year are large-scale and thorough.

Street campaigning ideas

Street campaigning has become a visual event enabling people to get high media coverage with innovative ideas and actions.

Peace News Winter Gathering: 15-17 January Nottingham

New Year rejuvenation


Maya Evans and the bailiffs

PN contributor and peace activist Maya Evans gets visited by the bailiffs…


What were you doing when Peace News turned 75?

Cedric Knight finds dissent alive and well in Stoke Newington.


The Free Association, Moments of Excess: Movements, protest and everyday life

PM Press, 2011; 128pp; £10.99


PN 75: On That Day: Chris Knight

PN invited activists from around the movement to record what they were doing when Peace News turned 75.  Our birthday was on 6 June.