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A nonviolent activist has been charged with “vandalism” while protesting against the Trident nuclear weapons base in Faslane in Scotland.
Thanks to Ekklesia's Australian associate, Doug Hynd, for pointing us in the direction of an intriguing piece about civil disobedience at the heart of the nativity story - and from an unexpected source.
US Christian leader Tony Campolo has given his backing to five Christians who are on trial for blocking an entrance to the London arms fair.
If you’re one of the few people who keeps a regular eye on my blog (and if so, you’re much appreciated!), you’ll have noticed that I haven’t posted anything here for several weeks.
An Anglican priest due to appear in court in October for nonviolent civil disobedience, will offer a prayer against drone attacks at Greenbelt on Monday.
Christians campaigning against fracking have spoken out following their arrest at protests in Balcombe, Sussex.
An International Ecumenical Peace Convocation will challenge theological justifications for military power, and hear a call for nonviolent resistance to injustice.
Two national newspapers say that defence firms are working closely with UK armed forces on a "militarisation" strategy to counter civil disorder in the UK.
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As Parliament prepares to debate next steps in Syria, Quakers in Britain have issued a statement.
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