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Coming soon: Our Shared Future

Photo: Elliot Brown CC-BY-2.0. Refugees are fleeing from danger in their home country and come to Britain to ask for safety.  Sadly, they face a ‘hostile environment’ from those in power.  Whatever the outcome of today’s election, it’s important that we show love, compassion and reconcilliation in our communities. Let’s show that Brum is a […]

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Love & Pride: let’s celebrate our diversity!

Photo: Robert Couse Baker CC-BY. Our theme for April and May is Love & Pride: let’s celebrate our diversity & stand together for equality. ‘Love & Pride’ is all about LGBT Equality: but what does that mean? ‘LGBT’ is a shorthand for a range of sexual orientations and gender identities.  The letters stand for: Lesbian […]

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Coming soon: Love & Pride

Photo: casmaron CC-BY-SA-NC. Starting next week, our theme will be Love & Pride: let’s celebrate our diversity and stand together for equality! Here’s a sneak peek: ‘Love & Pride’ is all about LGBT equality: ‘LGBT’ is shorthand for a range of sexual orientations and gender identities, including: lesbian, gay, bi and trans. People of diverse […]

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Looking forward to welcoming Junior Peacemakers!

…sorry that means we’ll be closed to the public this Friday. We’re looking forward to welcoming our new teams of Junior Peacemakers from schools across Birmingham this month. We’ve teamed up with our sister organisation Peacemakers to provide workshops to help young people learn about peace & justice, and then apply it in their own […]

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Happy International Women’s Day!

It’s Interational Women’s Day (8th March) – a day to celebrate all the incredible things women are achieving, and to stand up for equality and women’s rights. Equality between women and men is an integral part of peace & justice, and the struggle for women’s rights intersects with many of our other themes here at […]

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Take Action for Fairtrade

Britain’s exit from the European Union is likely to cause big changes in international trade – and for millions of people who trade with us from poor countries, it could be make or break.  They could find themselves squeezed even harder by powerful international competition. Or it could be the moment when the UK starts […]

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Sneak Peek at 2017

We’re nearly at the end of 2016, and what a year it’s been! Now we look ahead to exciting plans for the year ahead.  We’ve mapped out our focus themes for 2017 and are looking forward to sharing ideas with you about them, and standing together to take action. If any of these topic catch […]

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Pledge to Share the Love and stand up to bullying

Photo: Caelie Frampton. “Bullying is the repetitive, intentional hurting of one person (or group) by another person (or group), where the relationship involves an imbalance of power.” Anti-Bullying Alliance Bullying can happen in schools, workplaces, online or in the community: anywhere where there is a group of people, and some have more power than others.  […]

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