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Celebrate Howard

On 17 May, 100 friends and colleagues of the British pacifist author and activist Howard Clark gathered at a ceremony organised by Peace News Trustees in Conway Hall, London.

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Bigger, better, bimonthly PN

As we announced back in December, Peace News want to try out a one-year experiment, expanding the paper to 24 pages and reducing frequency from 10 times to six times a year, starting with this issu

Peace News calls for stories

For many of us, reading Peace News or attending Peace News events has sometimes had a significant impact in some way.

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Peace News – a call for stories

For many of us, reading Peace News or attending Peace News events has sometimes had a significant impact in some way. We would be very grateful if you could send us your stories and views on what Peace News has done for you.

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30 years ago: Actions against cruise

Peace News gave wide coverage and support to the campaigning at Greenham Common which aimed to stop the new cruise missiles being deployed there; but it then became apparent that that phase of the campaign was not going to succeed.

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Benefit gig

100 attend People Power celebration

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September editorial

Jeff Cloves, Stroud

ImageWhat a spiffing bit of writing.

35 years ago: Cede power

In this era, Peace News’s supportive coverage of feminist campaigns and of anti-sexist men’s groups was still sometimes controversial; it frequently led to continuing debate on the letters pages each fortnight. Here, Mark Ashmore joins in.

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Come out! We have you surrounded.

Book your tickets now for PN's benefit 'Celebration of People Power' on Sunday 13 October.

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The talk that shook Blair

Peace News author Ian Sinclair (far left) wove his magic in Peterborough on 26 February, talking to a goodly

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