An excerpt from a brilliant new direct action memoir
100 years on from the battle of Jutland, exposing war propaganda
Key highlights of the last four months
Metropolitan police apology
The Pitchford Inquiry into police infiltration gathers steam
The last few months have seen a constant stream of pressure applied to the police as campaigners mobilise ahead of the Pitchford Inquiry into undercover policing.
Relax, reflect, reconnect, re-energise!
How will the outcome of the EU referendum affect war and peace issues?
How could the 23 June referendum on whether or not the UK will remain in the European Union impact issues regarding peace in Europe?
An environmental campaigner reflects
Welsh campaigners target Cardiff Arms Fair
Welsh campaigners join 60,000+ strong anti-Trident demo
Knighton residents to initiate private prosecution of Defence minister over Trident
As PN went to press, there was a pause in the Turkish government’s brutal war against Turkey’s Kurdish minority, a war that began last summer when the government terminated a two-year peac
Polisario, the armed liberation movement of Western Sahara, declared in late March that its 15-year ceasefire was at risk after Morocco expelled 73 internationals who staff a UN monitoring mission
Nepal is seeing a return to repression.
Natalie Shanklin writes: From Santiago to Istanbul to Manila, thousands of women’s rights activists celebrated International Women’s Day by protesting against the oppression of women.
Cases dropped against 20 anti-fracking protestors
More bad news for Manchester police over their handling of the Barton Moss anti-fracking ‘Community Protection Camp’, (November 2013 – April 2014).
One-man blockade halts warhead
Air base blockade marks death of life-long peacemaker
Bil'in resistance now in twelth year
On 26 February, the Israel authorities agreed to release Palestinian journalist Mohammad Al-Qiq on 21 May, a month early, in return for him agreeing to give up his hunger strike and not renew it.
Arms protestor fined £450
On 16 March, Hammersmith magistrates found Zelda Jeffers guilty of criminal damage to the Lockheed Martin London offices during a protest organised by the Muriel Lesters affinity group of Trident P
Campaigners bring drilling rig to Westminster