Wales Peace Institute Initiative  

The WPII is a voluntary network working to create a Wales Peace Institute for future generations, and conducting active research into Wales' contribution to current issues of war and peace. 

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THE PROPOSAL FOR A WALES PEACE INSTITUTE 

Civil society groups have been campaigning since 2008 for the formation of a Wales Peace Institute. Find out more about the proposal.

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PEACE INSTITUTES WORLDWIDE

Wales for Peace volunteer Emily Forbes researched the role of peace institutes across the world today - from Flanders and the Åland Islands to Hiroshima. What can Wales learn - and what can Wales offer the world?

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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY PETITIONS

In 2013 the National Assembly undertook a public consultation exploring support for a Wales Peace Institute. View the Petitions Committee papers here.

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CURRENT RESEARCH

In 2015 the WPII undertook research and published a report on 'Military Presence and Influence in Wales'.

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A BOLD LEGACY OF WW1 COMMEMORATION?

WPII Chair Jill Evans MEP calls for peace to be a key focus of Wales' WW1 Centenary celebrations. Could a Peace Institute be a legacy for the coming 100 years?

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CONTACT THE WALES PEACE INSTITUTE INITIATIVE

You can get involved with the WPII, and sign up to their e-newsletter, by contacting:

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