The latest edition of BBC celebrity genealogy programme Who Do You Think You Are? featured TV and radio presenter Fearne Cotton. Part of the show has her discovering about her great-grandfather’s conscientious objection during World… More >
It is 72 years ago that the first atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. The vigil service held at the Peace Pole in the grounds of St. Anne’s Episcopal/Methodist Church, Dunbar, commemorated those who died… More >
Fellowship of Reconciliation trustee Geraldine Bridges reports on the conference held 14-16 July in St Mary’s Monastery in Perth. A video of keynote speaker John Dear is available here. A video of keynote speaker Lucas… More >
Negotiations conclude at the United Nations, new treaty will open for signing in September
After a decade-long effort by the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), and 72 years after their invention, today states… More >
The Fellowship of Reconciliation is a member of the Network of Christian Peace Organisations, which released the following press release on Monday 19th June 2017.
Over 130 countries are continuing negotiations to outlaw nuclear weapons… More >
Oliver Robertson joined FoR in May 2017 as its new Development Manager. He explains what he’ll be doing and what led him to this role.
What is a ‘Development Manager’ anyway? Like many jobs in… More >
by Keziah Cooper
In March 2014 the European Union earmarked 2.3 billion euros to prevent civilian conflict and help promote peace. The IcSP (Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace) funds were to last until 2020… More >
On this page:
Resisting militarism around Remembrance
A prayer for Remembrance
Getting a white poppy
Armistice Day: Saturday 11th November
Remembrance Sunday: 12th November
As pacifists, we mourn every single victim of war.
The season… More >
MarThoma Church, Kerala, India. Organised by the Habel Foundation.
Report by Samuel Nellikkadu
Habel Foundation celebrated Peace Sunday on September 25th 2016 in joining hands with Fellowship of Reconciliation. We held two meetings on the… More >
Review of We Will Not Fight performed by the UnderConstruction theatre company
Oxford, 19th May 2016
A disused courtroom in central Oxford reverted to its former role in May as Under Construction Theatre re-enacted… More >