Peace & Justice Themes

Every two months we focus on a different peace & justice theme.  Find out more about all the themes we’ve highlighted at Peace Hub, and how you can get involved.

Safe & Sound

How can we create security for everyone?

Could we reimagine security as a form of freedom?  Freedom to live together in a collaborative society. Let’s share ideas and look at security differently.

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Change Starts with Us

How can we work together to tackle bullying?

We can’t each do everything, but we can all do something:speaking out, offering small acts of kindness and changing systems.

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Brummies for Peace

How can we avoid arming repression and build peace instead?

We’re be supporting protests at the DSEI arms fair, and challenging the UK to stop selling weaponsto Saudi Arabia.  Join us in saying ‘Brummies for Peace!’

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Think Global, Act Local, Get Equal

Let’s make our economy work for everyone!

By thinking global we can take on tax-dodgers around the world. By acting local we can make sure the benefits of the economy are shared amongst everyone. By getting equal we can improve the things we really care about.

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Our Shared Environment

Let’s protect the places we love.

Our local environment is something we can all share and enjoy together. But the spaces we love are under threat: together we can take action to protect and improve our shared environment.

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Taking a Stand

Let’s support freedom of conscience

Around the world, efforts to make peace often bring activists into conflict with theauthorities.  Many people are still putin prison for standing up for their beliefs today. 100 years on fromWWI, let’s say: Never Again and instead build peace & justice.

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A Place to Call Home

Let’smake sure everyone has somewhere fit to live.

Let’s help make sure people have a roof over their head at night and are safe from unliveable conditions and sudden eviction. Let’s tackle the underlying problems and make sure everyone has somewhere fit to live.

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Speak - Listen - Change

Let’s support each other’s mental wellbeing.

1 in 4 people experience a mental health problem each year, and our attitude can affect their life. 

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Time to Bin Trident

Let’s spend £100 billion on health, housing & renewables: not nuclear weapons.

It’s time to consign Trident to the rubbish bin, and instead focus on peace-building, cooperation and justice.

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Conscientious Objection

Then & Now

Conscientious objectors in WWI stood up for the right to refuse to kill.  They worked for peaceful resoluntion to international conflict.  But the freedoms they wonar e not always respected across the world.

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Live, Love, Learn

Let’s spend £100 billion on health, housing & renewables: not nuclear weapons.

It’s time to consign Trident to the rubbish bin, and instead focus on peace-building, cooperation and justice.

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The Power is in Our Hands

Faitrade means producers of tea, coffee and many other goods get a fair price for what they’ve grown, decent working conditions and money to support their communities.

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Be the Friendly Face of Brum

Let’s support refugees!

Refugees are fleeing from danger in their home country and come to Britain to ask for safety. Let’s show that Brum is a welcoming city, proud to be a place of sanctuary.

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Grub's Up!

Let’s Make our Food Sustainable

Factory farming is damaging our health and environment, increasing inequality and harming animals. But by supporting small-scale sustainable farms we can have fair, affordable food for everyone.

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Peaceful Brum

What can we do to create peace in our city?

Let’s celebrate the positive people, places & organisations that are already helping to make peace in our city and think about what we can all do to help our community.

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Love & Pride

Let’s celebrate our diversity

People of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities are valuable members of our community: our diversity makes us stronger. Let’s make sure that LGBT people are accepted and celebrated in our society.

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