Events to Help Bring About a World Beyond War

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Let us know about any event you’re planning. We’ll list it on our events page, and in the calendar on the right side of this website. And we’ll email everyone on our list who lives in your area asking them to attend.

Resources with which to create an event.

Calendar of important peace holidays.

Events list:

2017

The Nonviolence Training Hub: Cities/Countries across the globe

Feb 11-26 – San José, CA: Silent Night Opera

Feb 23 – San Francisco – Progressives: Where do we go from here? A talk by Norman Solomon

Feb 27 – Berkeley CA – Disturbing The Peace – Movie Night and Panel Discussion Hosted by Nadia Hararah

Feb 27 – Richmond VA – Al Helm: Martin Luther King in Palestine · Public Meetup

Feb 28 – Chicago IL – World Beyond War Chicago Chapter Meeting

Mar 4 – Tauranga, New Zealand – Tauranga Moana Women for Peace Stall to celebrate International Woman’s Day

Mar 5 – San Francisco – WinterFest Film – ‘All Governments Lie: Truth, Deception and the Spirit of I.F. Stone’

Mar 9 – San Francisco – In conversation with David Hartsough, author of “Waging Peace: Global Adventures of a Lifelong Activist”

Mar 18 – SUPPORTING PEOPLE’S ACTIONS TO EMPOWER WOMEN AT THE MARGINS

Mar 19 – Fordham U, NYC – Sustainability through Overcoming Violence: Restoring Earth; Respecting Women

Mar 26 – Corte Madera CA – Book talk by David Hartsough and Norman Solomon

Mar 26-Aug 9 – Buchel Nuclear Base, Germany: Büchel is everywhere – nuclear-free now!

March 27-April 6 – Spring Week of Actions and Events

March 27-31 – New York – Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty Negotiations (part 1)

March 31-April 1 – Ann Arbor – Rotary World Peace Conference, Ann Arbor

April 4 – 50th Anniversary Dr. King’s “Beyond Vietnam – A Time to Break the Silence”

April 6 – 100th Anniversary of U.S. entering WWI

April 7-9 – Huntsville, Alabama: Pivot Toward War: US Missile Defense and the Weaponization of Space 25th Annual Space Organizing Conference & Protest

April 7-13 – Nevada Desert Experience – Sacred Peace Walk 2017

April 10 – June 5 WORLD BEYOND WAR ONLINE COURSE: WAR ABOLITION 101: HOW WE CREATE A PEACEFUL WORLD

April 18 – Tax Day – Veterans For Peace annual leafletting on the cost of the military in the US Discretionary Budget

April 22 – Winooski VT – Conference – Building A World Beyond War: What Will It Take?

April 23-29 – Indian Springs, Nevada: 3rd Annual Shut Down Creech Air Force Base

April 29 – People’s Climate March on Washington

May 4-6 – Guantanano, Cuba – Program of the Fifth Peace Seminar and for the Abolition of Foreign Military Bases

May 5-6 – San Diego, CA – The First Mobilization Conference on Social Movements and Protest: Nonviolent Strategies and the State

May 21-24 – Washington DC – Alliance for Nuclear Accountability DC Days 2017

May 24-25 – Brussels – Protests against NATO at NATO Summit 2017

May 29 – 2017 Memorial Day Event – Letters to The Wall

June 2-4 – John Jay College, NYC: Left Forum 2017

June 15-July 7 – New York – Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty Negotiations (part 2)

June 16-18 – United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC) annual conference in Richmond, Va.

June 18 – New York – Women’s March to Ban the Bomb

July 8-16 – Scotland: Coulport Disarmament Camp 2017 by Trident Ploughshares

July 27-30 – Chicago – WILPF US 33rd Triennial Congress 2017 in Chicago

August 2-6: Democracy Convention in Minneapolis, Minn., including Peace and Democracy Conference organized by World Beyond War

August 9-13 Veterans For Peace Convention at the Palmer House Hilton in Chicago, Ill. The convention theme is “Education Not Militarization.”

Aug 27-Sept 2 – Innsbruck, Austria: International Institute on Peace Education: Aesthetic Peaces

Sept 3-7 – University of York, UK: 2017 International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War World Congress in the UK

Oct 7 The 16th anniversary of attack on Afghanistan

Oct 19-22 – Kansas City, MO: Remembering Muted Voices: Conscience, Dissent, Resistance and Civil Liberties in World War I Through Today

Let us know about any event you’re planning.

If you’d like to help plan events, email events@worldbeyondwar.org

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