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'Down at Aldermaston they are spending hundreds of millions of pounds of your money on a refit of the production line for nuclear warheads.' wrote Robin Cook some 17 months ago. 'We are assured this does not mean that any decision has been made to replace the Trident nuclear system. Dear me no, the investment is merely intended to keep open our options.'| more |
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June 16 LONDON.
The Urgency of Disarmament with Jayantha Dhanapala. President, Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs and Former United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Disarmament Affairs.
5.15pm Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre, SOAS, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG.

Seminar: 'From Fear to Nuclear Learning: Historical and Psychological Perspectives on Trust and Distrust in the Cuban Missile Crisis'
4-6pm, Main Hall, International Politics Building, Aberystwyth University, SY23 3FE.

June 25 – 28 CAMBRIDGE.
The Culture of Reconstruction: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Aftermath of Crisis. Organized by the Cambridge University Post-conflict and Post-crisis Group, this ‘solution oriented’ conference will bring together professionals working on post-conflict and post-crisis scenarios to exchange perspectives and experiences.

26th June London
Giving Voice to the Earth
The Environment and its Defenders under Threat:
deforestation, megaprojects and human rights
in Latin America, Africa and Asia
9am - 7pm Methodist Central Hall, Westminster, London

July 2 July LONDON.
'Taxi to the Darkside' (cert 15) is an exposé of the use of torture in the war of terror. Admission is free but booking is essential.
Human Rights Action Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 6.30pm.

July 26 LONDON.
Cancel the dsei Arms Fair 2009! Musical protest 2pm-5pm. ExCel Exhibition Centre, Western entrance, just off Custom House DLR Station. East London Against the Arms Fair.


EVERY MON-SAT, BRISTOL: PEACE VIGIL. Running since a few days after 9/11._5.30-6.30pm (Mon-Fri) & 3-4pm (Sat). City Centre, opposite The Hippodrome, St. Augustines Parade.

EVERY FRI, BRISTOL: VIGIL OUTSIDE OFFICES OF RAYTHEON, one of world's biggest arms manufacturers and a major supplier of arms to Israel. 8am, on_the UWE/Bristol Business Park roundabout, Coldharbour Lane. email

EVERY SUN, LONDON: FREEDOM TO PROTEST PICNICS in Parliament Square. In defence of the right to protest, recently criminalised under s132 of the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act (April 2005). Bring food, drink and music to share. 1.30pm, Parliament Square, Westminster.
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EVERY WED, MOULSCOMBE: NOISE DEMO OUTSIDE EDO MBM - 'an arms company that makes bomb parts used in the Iraq war' (Guardian). 4-6pm, EDO MBM, Home Farm Road. | more |

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