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Grub’s Up: Join Us!

Image: USDA CC BY 2.0 We’re pleased to announced that for September & October 2018, we’re returning to one of our early peace & jutsice themes: Grub’s Up: Let’s make our food sustainable. More and more of our food is coming from ‘factory’ farms – warehouses crammed with livestock, or vast mono-crop plantations. This factory […]

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Join In: Creative Activities for Peace!

Throughout the school Summer Holidays 2018, pop into Peace Hub during our normal opening times to take part in creative activities for all ages and abilities. Making peace often involves thinking outside the box – taking part in creative activities can help us get in the right frame of mind to make change. Here are […]

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Home Matters Art Trail

Last chance to see Danya’s Artwork! ‘My Parents are my Home’ will remain on display here until 31st July 2018. Birmingham Friends of the Earth have announced the winners of their art competition to highlight the issue of Climate Refugees, and Peace Hub is delighted to be one of the venues where a winning artwork […]

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Take Action for Fair Support

Our current theme Speak – Listen – Change is all about supporting each other’s mental wellbeing.  A lot of the time, that’s simply about helping each other to feel we can be open about our mental health, and do simple things to maintain our mental wellbeing. Sometimes, people with mental health problems also need some […]

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We’ve Relaunched!

Thanks to everyone who braved the snowy weather on Sunday to join our Relaunch Celebration. People from across the West Midlands took part in creative activities for peace, learned about Peace Hub’s current theme Peaceful Brum, caught up on our recent themes, and of course shared some celebratory tea and cake! Following a viewing of […]

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Fairtrade Fortnight: Come On In!

26th February – 11th March 2018 is Fairtrade Fortnight! According to the Fairtrade Foundation: “Fairtrade Fortnight is a fun-filled highlight of the year, when campaigners, businesses, schools and places of worship show their support for the farmers and workers who grow our food in developing countries.”  And as always Peace Hub is joining in!  The […]

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