Remember all the victims of war, and wear a white poppy this year.
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Devastatingly, UK MPs voted in support of carrying out air strikes in Iraq. This is a terrible result for the civilians in the area and for the country. We hardly need to mention Tony Blair’s… More >
The Chant d’ Oiseau Statement on Ukraine
We, representatives of the European branches of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation, meeting from 23rd – 25th May at Chant d’Oiseau in Brussels,
(1) Contemplated with dismay the… More >
For newcomers to the website, we’ve added some back-issues of e-news, our monthly email newsletter to members and anyone interested in what we’ve been up to and how to get involved.
It’s not very slick… More >
It’s just two weeks away now; 15th May is the day we particularly remember Conscientious Objectors – those who refused to take up arms and kill their fellow human.
FoR is part of the First… More >
Yesterday David Cameron was to receive a letter from dozens of bishops and hundreds of clergy saying that too many people are going hungry. Instead, they didn’t answer the door and the police turned up.… More >
14th April is the Global Day of Action on Military Spending. We passed a delightful day in Oxford city centre with Pax Christi, talking to people about money being wasted on renewing Trident (UK’s nuclear… More >
Britain isn’t eating. Ian Duncan Smith got very upset when Church Action on Poverty created this picture, but it’s true. Food banks are commonplace. Needing to use a food bank, even more so.
What has… More >