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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.
Ten years ago today, Norman Kember, Tom Fox, James Loney and Harmeet Singh Sooden, on a delegation to Iraq with Christian Peacemaker Teams, were kidnapped.
Un Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed last weekend's elections as “a significant achievement in Myanmar’s democratic transition”.
War is failure.
"The World is my Country", an exhibition by the artist Emily Johns, celebrating those who opposed the First World War will be shown in London from the 9th-13th November 2015.
Ekklesia Chief Operating Officer, Virginia Moffatt, will be speaking at the Faringdon Peace Group, Friends Meeting House, Lechlade Road, Oxfords
The UN has welcomed the agreement reached between international negotiators and the Government of Iran as paving the to way a viable solution of the country's nuclear programme.
Scotland has remembered the victims of the Srebrenica massacre at a memorial service in St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, marking the 20th anniversary of the atrocity.
Nine Quaker organisations have issued a statement urging support for a political resolution by Burundians that avoids deadly conflict and leads to lasting peace and justice for all.
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Senior leaders of four major UK Churches have welcomed the Government's commitment to limiting climate change, and have called for more to be done...
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