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What is Modern Slavery?

Our current theme Refuge & Freedom is all about combatting modern slavery. But what do we mean by ‘modern slavery?’ The Medaille Trust state that: Modern slavery is a crime that reaches into every community. It includes all forms of slavery, human trafficking and exploitation.  At its core is deception. Victims are often vulnerable, coming […]

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Anti-Slavery Week

18th October is UK Anti-Slavery Day. It’s an opportunity to raise awareness of human trafficking and modern slavery, and encourage government, local authorities, companies, charities and individuals to do what they can to address the problem. For 2020, our friends at Medaille Trust have gone one better, and created a whole week of online events […]

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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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A Sense of Belonging: Welcoming Refugees & Asylum Seekers

Junior Peacemakers workshops for Primary School groups. We are delighted to be joining up once again with Peacemakers to host a free workshop for primary schools (Years 5 or 6). The theme of this term’s Junior Peacemakers workshops is: A Sense of Belonging – Welcoming Refugees & Asylum Seekers. We will explore how and why […]

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Ethical Money Churches Workshop

As part of our theme Think Global, Act Local, Get Equal, we’ve been encouraging you to think about who is looking after your money, and how you can make your money work for good. You’re welcome to pop into Peace Hub for a chat and to take a simple action – but if you’d like […]

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New Junior Peacemakers Workshops: Book Now

We are delighted to be working with our sister organisation Peacemakers, to host another set of Junior Peacemakers workshops: Thinking about WW1 – Choices Then and Now The workshops are free for schools to bring 4 children (KS2) and one adult (two if required). There are spaces for 3 schools on each day: Mon 5th […]

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