• BELIEF AND ACTION exhibition explores resistance to war

    Exhibition launch and first installation in St David’s Uniting Church, Pontypridd 5th – 13th November.

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  • Launch of Caernarfon Peace Trail App

    This ‘Remembering for Peace’ trail has been put together by community groups with the ‘Wales for Peace’ project - to inspire a new generation of peacebuilders through our local stories, and for visitors to explore to Caernarfon’s beautiful town, community and culture.

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  • Somme100 - View the Welsh Book of Remembrance

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  • 90th Anniversary of the North Wales Women's Peace Pilgrimage

    In preparing to mark the 90th Anniversary of the North Wales Peace Pilgrimage of May 1926, WCIA are launching a call for communities and individuals to share these 'Hidden Histories'.

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  • Wales' Message of Peace & Goodwill

    The Story of the International Message of Peace and Goodwill, 1922-2016

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  • Wales Remembers the Conscientious Objectors who stood up against WW1

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  • Wales' Belgian Refugees

    Over 4,500 Belgian refugees came to Wales during the First World War, leaving again by 1919 with little trace - beyond a profound impact on arts, crafts and building works still valued in Wales today, including Welsh war poet Hedd Wyn's symbolic Black Chair. On 17th Feb, we launched a call for hidden histories - with this lecture by leading expert Christophe Declercq with the DDMI at Aberystwyth University.

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REMEMBERING FOR PEACE

Explore the impact WW1 had on Welsh communities, and the passion for peace inspired by those who gave their lives.

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THE PEACE BUILDERS

From the women's movement to the Urdd and Apartheid - in the 100 years since WW1, how has Wales contributed to the search for peace? 

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PEACE NOW

How has our peace heritage shaped the Wales of today? And how can we learn from the past, to forge pathways to peace in present-day international affairs?

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FUTURE GENERATIONS

Learning from the last 100 years... how can a 'new generation of internationalists' shape Wales' role in the world for the next 100 years?

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OUR TEAM

WCIA’s Wales for Peace team bring a wide range of skills and expertise to support volunteers, schools, youth groups and civil society in exploring Wales’ peace heritage.

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OUR PARTNERS

The Welsh Centre for International Affairs is leading a consortium of partners that includes organisations from the peace, heritage, academic and youth sectors.

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