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Action to Stop the Arms Fair continues

Next week, London will be hosting one of the worlds biggest arms fairs, DSEI, with repressive regimes and weapons manufacturers coming together to do business. All this week, whilst the guns, tanks and rocket launchers arrive ready for display, non-violent protesters have been taking a stand to say Stop the Arms Fair. On Tuesday (5th […]

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Making Peace in Brum this Autumn

Photo: Elliot Brown. A round up of peace-making events happening autumn 2016 in Birmingham: all are free, so find one that interests you and get involved! Film: This is Exile Thursday 8th September 19:30-21:00 at Two Snowhill “Birmingham, Wythall and Bourneville Amnesty International groups are presenting a film screening of “This is Exile” about refugees, […]

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These Boots were Made for Walking…

Wednesday lunchtimes you can join Peace Hub’s family peace walks, and this Sunday take part in Footsteps’ summer faith walk. So you’ve got two opportunities to: get out and enjoy the sunshine, do some light excercise, learn about our local community and take action for peace and justice simply by joining our community walks! Family […]

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Interfaith Activity Weeks for Young People

Two free activity weeks coming up for young people: Small Footsteps for 8-14 year olds and What’s the Story? for 14-18 year olds. Small Footsteps 25th – 29th July A week long interfaith workshop for young people (8-14 years) exploring how all faiths can contribute towards protecting the environment. Each day will feature activities around […]

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Small Footsteps event for young people

Our friends at Footsteps are running a week long interfaith workshop for young people (8-14 years) exploring how all faiths can contribute towards protecting the environment. 25th-29th July 2016, 9:00-3:30pm Each day will feature activities around different aspects of the environment, including: Ecology, Trees, Climate Change, Recycling, Food, Cycle of Life, Energy, Bees & Nature. […]

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Many Faiths – One Planet – One Future

8th May 2016, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm at Quaker Meeting House, 40 Bull St, Birmingham, B4 6AF A multi faith forum to explore what faith communities in Birmingham can do together to help create a low carbon future. Speakers Dr Fazlun Khalid – Founder-Director of the Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Science (Eco […]

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Low Carbon actions a success: now all eyes on Paris

Three events successfully brought people from Birmingham together to take action for a Low Carbon Future.  Now all eyes turn to Paris, as world leaders arrive there for the COP21 Climate Summit. On Saturday 28th November, members of Birmingham’s faith communities came together for a walk & gathering in support of a low carbon future.  […]

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Birmingham Faiths Walk in Solidarity with Paris Climate Pilgrims (Press Release)

PRESS Release 24/11/2015 FOR IMMEDIATE USE BIRMINGHAM FAITHS WALK IN SOLIDARITY WITH PARIS CLIMATE PILGRIMS This Saturday evening, members of faith communities from across Birmingham will walk and gather together in support of a low carbon future. The walk, leaving the church of St Martin in the Bullring at 7pm on Saturday 28th November, will […]

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Exhibits and Conversations: Faith Perspectives on a Low Carbon Future

‘Exhibits and Conversations’ Quaker hosted National Interfaith Week event Saturday 21 November 2.00 – 4.00 pm Bull Street Quaker Meeting House, Birmingham, B4 6AF A Quaker hosted National Interfaith Week Event to encourage conversations, sharing and learning about what different faiths say about the environment and climate change. Featuring: Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and […]

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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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