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Ekklesia proposes non-violent alternatives to military action as well as peace-making strategies. Ekklesia hit the headlines in 2002 by proposing public consideration of strategies for non-violent regime change in Iraq.
Two friend of Ekklesia will be appearing on BBC Radio Scotland at 8.05am on Easter Sunday morning (20 April 2014), in a programme intriguingly entitled 'Bayonets and Green Blades'.
Geoffrey Durham and Ruth Cadbury are to launch a four-year Quaker project telling the suppressed stories of World War I.
A four-year Quaker project to tell the suppressed stories of World War I will be launched on 15 May at 10.30am in Friends House, NW1 2BJ (opposite Euston Station).
Two major church-related development networks have condemned the forced displacement of Palestinians in the West Bank
New figures reveal the UK has the world's sixth highest military budget, despite the government's emphasis on cutting public spending to reduce the deficit.
The World Council of Churches has announced a major consultation on peace, reconciliation and reunification of the Korean peninsula.
Peace and disarmament organisations are preparing for the Global Day of Action on Military Spending (GDAMS), which this year is 14 April.
Christian Aid has stressed the urgent need to disarm warring factions and scale up protection for the 980,000 civilians displaced by violence.
A new ComRes survey suggests that people aged 18-35 years are more likely to oppose renewal of Trident than their older peers, in Scotland and beyond.