This is a joint conference by the Anglican Pacifist Fellowship, Fellowship of Reconciliation, and the Baptist, Methodist and URC Peace Fellowships
Professor Paul Rogers, Emeritus Professor of Peace Studies at Bradford University
Janet Fenton, Vice Chair of Scottish CND, will share the chair to speak on “Hope in Troubled Times”
Rev Dan Woodhouse who made headlines for breaking into a BAE Systems airbase in Lancashire .
Fabian Hamilton MP for Leeds North East, and Shadow Minister for Disarmament and Peace argues that the UK .
Celia Mckeon from Rethinking Security
Throughout the weekend you can enjoy presentations, workshops, fellowship, good food, time for reflection, & engaging conversations. Or just book for the day on Saturday 9th March.
find out more and bookings: https://www.anglicanpeacemaker.org.uk/apf-conference-pathways-to-peace/
The Persian New Year, March 21st, has become established as an excellent time to remember the millions of young people for whom the threat of drone strikes means an end to the simple pleasure of kite flying; a time when we can fly kites in solidarity with them. If you would like to make your own kites or run a workshop or simply find out more information see www.flykitesnotdrones.org (there is an excellent video in workshop 3).
Bonhoeffer, Christian, theologian and resister was murdered at Flossenburg concentration camp on 9 April 1945.
His poems will be read in English.
The talk with questions will last approximately 90 minutes.
Haddon Willmer is emeritus Professor of Theology at the University of Leeds