Poppies: Weeping Window in Caernarfon: 'Wales for Peace' Gwynedd Programme
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
Poppies: Weeping Window at Caernarfon Castle
Vacancy: Volunteering Development Coordinator
WCIA are seeking a dynamic and experienced volunteering professional with strong ICT skills and an understanding of heritage work, to lead our volunteer outreach and skills development strategy.
Somme100 - View the Welsh Book of Remembrance
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'.
Wales' Message of Peace & Goodwill
The Story of the International Message of Peace and Goodwill, 1922-2016
Wales Remembers the Conscientious Objectors who stood up against WW1
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.
Teach Peace Pack
In Teach Peace you will find a set of ten lesson plans for use as assemblies or workshops. The pack also contains follow-up activities and resources, prayers, and reflections on peace.
REMEMBERING FOR PEACE
Explore the impact WW1 had on Welsh communities, and the passion for peace inspired by those who gave their lives.
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?More
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?More
Learning from the last 100 years... how can a 'new generation of internationalists' shape Wales' role in the world for the next 100 years?More