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Get Equal: Ways to Take Action

Look out for the Living Wage and Fair Tax marks. More equal societies do better at the things we all care about: health, education, quality of life.  By thinking global and acting local, we can help make our economy work better for everyone.  And there’s lots of ways that you can take action! Tax Justice […]

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Trident Renewal to be Debated on Monday

Photos: CND. An update on our Time to Bin Trident theme, and the action that you took to call for the UK’s nuclear weapons system to not be renewed. After several delays, parliament will finally vote on whether or not to renew Trident this coming Monday (18th July).  With the estimated cost now at over […]

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Do Something Peaceful

Supporting the Love Your Neighbour campaign is a great example of something peaceful you can do. Who is responsible for Peace in our community? or Ordinary People? Peace begins with all of us: we don’t have to wait for someone to give us permission to start being peaceful! So let’s start living more peacefully today: […]

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Living with Conflict

At Peace Hub, we often talk about ‘big’ peace & justice issues – but what happens when conflict arises in our own lives? In this guest article, Rhiannon Grant explores how Living with Conflict can help. Living With Conflict is a set of online resources to help people think about how conflict and disagreement are […]

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Stop Trident demo a success – let’s keep taking action!

People from across the UK came together on Saturday to say: Stop Trident!  Now let’s keep that momentum going. Tens of thousands of people marched through London, as part of ‘the biggest anti-nuclear demonstration in a generation’, organised by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND).  The event highlighted the broad range of people who are […]

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All Roads Lead to Paris

Like the sound of a low-carbon future? Now is the time to act! This winter, scientists and world leaders are meeting in Paris for a climate summit. They could take important steps on the journey to the future we all want. Each country has submitted an Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC). In plain English, that […]

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Keep Taking Action for Sustainable Food

We’re coming to the end of our Grub’s Up! theme, but there are still plenty of ways to keep taking action for sustainable food: You can still email your MP asking them to support agroecology, reducing food waste, and food sovereignty in Africa, using our template letter as a guide. Or you can email International […]

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Share the Surplus: a Success!

Many thanks to everyone from Walsall Road Allotments, Knowle Road Allotments and the local Quaker allotment grower who generously donated to Share the Surplus. On Thursday morning we delivered potatoes, courgettes, marrows and runner beans to Handsworth Welcome, who cooked, served and distributed them ion Friday lunchtime to Asylum Seekers & Refugees.  Allotment growing is […]

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Share the Surplus

As part of our Grub’s Up! theme, we are bringing together local allotment growers with charitable organisations in Birmingham: Share the Surplus Allotments are a great example of sustainable food in practice, with local people using spaceto grow simple food for themselves and their friends and family to enjoy.  But it’s the nature of many […]

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