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Peace Hub Temporarily Closed

From Tuesday 17th March 2020 Peace Hub is temporarily closed, to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. We’re sorry to be closing our doors to the public – a central part of our work for peace and justice is encouraging face-to-face social contact. Unfortunately this is the very thing we are being asked to limit […]

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Make a Veg-Pledge

It can be difficult to know how to make a difference to the climate emergency in our own lives. One of the simplest and most effective things we can do is switch to a more plant-based diet.  Could you make a ‘veg pledge’ to eat plant-based food for a day? a week? a month? a […]

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Take action: Patricia’s Story

Photo by Caroline Bennett, Amazon Watch. Our current theme Safe & Sound is all about rethinking security. Patricia Gualinga and the Mujeres Amazonicas are standing up for a peaceful and just idea of security – read their story and find out how you can take action: Patricia Gualinga is an indigenous leader of the Kichwa […]

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Say Thank You for Small Acts of Kindness

Sometimes the smallest acts can add up to make a big difference. Pop into Peace Hub to share a small act of kindness that someone has done for you recently, by adding it to our kindness board.  It’s an opportunity to say thank you, and inspire others to each play our part in making our […]

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How Can I Stand in Solidarity?

A card reading 'Love doesn't have to be perfect, it just has to be true.'

Our current theme Change Starts with Us is all about making peace in our community and tackling bullying. When we see someone being bullied, we all want to help, but it can be hard in the moment. Practicing showing kindness in our everyday lives can help break down the hesitation and embarrassment that stops us […]

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Arms Trade: lots of ways to take action

There’s a week to go before protests against the DSEI arms fair in London. One of the largest arms fairs in the world, ‘Defence & Security Equipment International’ will feature exhibitors selling weapons from machine guns to tanks. A whole range of buyers will also be there – including Saudi Arabia, who have been invited […]

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Dicey DSEI

For four days in September 2019, the international weapons industry plans to set up shop in London at a huge arms fair, DSEI. According to Campaign Against Arms Trade: “DSEI last took place in September 2017, and featured 1,500 exhibitors from around the world, displaying arms ranging from sniper rifles to tanks to combat aircraft […]

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Where are British Weapons Used?

Our theme Brummies for Peace is all about putting human rights before the profits of the arms trade.  The UK government claims that it carefully screens applications to sell weapons around the world, to make sure that they won’t be used for repression, human rights abuses or targeting civilians. Yet the UK’s biggest customer for […]

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Take your #NewUnionFlag selfie!

Our current theme at Peace Hub ‘Be the Friendly Face of Brum‘ is all about celebrating and welcoming refugees into our community. As part of the theme, we’re delighted to be displaying the New Union Flag in our window.  It’s been designed by artist Gil Mualem Doron as a celebration of our diversity. The flag […]

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Paying to be Stuck in Limbo?

Join us to take action against unfair fees! People who have their asylum claim accepted are recognised as refugees, and have the right to live and work in the UK. After living here for 10 years they can apply for full citizenship, but this comes at a high cost – over £1000 per person. Some […]

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