Want Peace? Book now for the APF Peace Conference!

Pathways to Peace 2019  is weekend conference on 8th – 10th March 2019 at Hinsley Hall in Leeds. With a focus on challenging the military mindset and finding alternative pathways to peace. Speakers include: Professor Paul Rogers, Emeritus Professor of Peace Studies at...

Funds for Edinburgh CO Memorial

Conscientious objection and opposition to War is a significant part of Scotland’s history. 80,000 people marched to oppose the First World War in Glasgow in 1914. There were nearly 20,000 COs in Britain – 1434 in Scotland – yet they are scarcely recognised in...

Remembrance Resources

The Peace Forum has produced a poppy/dove design ( as seen above). It is available here.  Please download and use as you wish.  It would be great to have banners, flags etc displayed in prominent positions in your locality well in advance of Remembrance Day, so that...

APF welcomes CofE General Synod vote on nuclear ethics

The vote followed an informed debate on the motion and nuclear weapons in general.  The full motion is printed below.  The motion mentions working with our Anglican Communion and ecumenical partners ‘to achieve a genuine peace through their [nuclear weapons]...

Nuclear Weapons debate at General Synod

On Sunday 8th July at General Synod in York, there is to be a debate on the ethics of nuclear weapons. Bishop Stephen Cottrell has proposed a Synod motion. Synod has also produced a paper to inform members entitled The Ethics of Nuclear Weapons. We have produced and...