Rtn Helen Peacock BSc MSc is a committed Peace Activist. She is the Founder of Pivot2Peace, a member of the Canada-wide Peace and Justice Network, a Chapter Coordinator for World Beyond War, and Peace Chair for the Rotary Club of Collingwood, SGB.
On a warm Saturday morning in May, a group of demonstrators gathered in a public square in Asheville, North Carolina, for the kind of protest lawmakers don’t usually foresee when they haggle for a share of the United States’ massive military budget to be spent in their home districts.
That the United States has always been so deeply afflicted with structural and cultural racism that it sometimes goes unnoticed and needs to be addressed is hardly disputable.
The following letter was sent to members of the Senate Armed Services Committee Wednesday, July 21, 2021, ahead of a hearing during which it is expected that a provision to expand the draft to women would be attached to the “must pass” National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
In this video, we look at what needs to be done to make peace education a priority.
Once considered a “haven of peace” for its stability and “Africa in miniature” for its cultural, linguistic and geographical diversity, Cameroon has been facing several conflicts within and at its borders for some years.