Majd Mashharawi has invented environmentally friendly, cheap and lightweight blocks that use ash instead of sand. Could ‘Green Cake’ help rebuild the besieged Gaza Strip?
Is the world as doomed as some media might have us believe? There are five major global issues, explains Dan Smith, and although the world is facing deep crises, significant progress on some of [...]
Summer University Tamera is offering an invitation to take part in a think tank and to build a vision for a future without war.
John Pilger's film, the War on Democracy, is a very important film ñ it is one that can change hearts and minds. Indeed, if enough people [...]
An All-Party Parliamentary Group has been launched at Westminster, dedicated to the study of Conflict Issues. Set up at the [...]
Over 4,500 registrants, 10,000 marchers, thousands of volunteers,presenters, staff, entertainers, musicians, global participants and themedia were all involved in the World Peace Forum in [...]
Ever wanted to listen to the Kaiser Chiefs' version of Marvin Gaye's I Heard it through the Grapevine or the Stereophonics cover of Nothing Compares to you? Well, through War Child Music, now you can.
The first People's Peace Summit has launched an international initiative for the creation of Departments of Peace in governments throughout the world. The idea is to support the emergence of a [...]
The Tree of Life is sculpture three metres in height crafted from AK47s, Walther 42s and British 4.85mm pistols. Made entirely out of guns obtained in weapons amnesty project, Transforming Arms [...]
Setting out in silence, the Big Political Pilgrimage for Peace will take place in the Holy Land, visiting Israel and Palestine, and reaching its destination in Jerusalem by November 2005.
Around the world people came together as never before to oppose the war in Iraq. But, when it comes to looking at how we might assure peaceful solutions in current and future situations of [...]
Paul Coleman has been planting trees for peace everywhere he goes on his marathon walk from Britain to China.
A host of well known people including Gore Vidal, Gloria Steinem, Oliver Stone and Kurt Vonnegut have put their name to the following Not In Our Name' statement which has appeared in the New York Times