BELIEF AND ACTION: Exhibition explores resistance to war and questioning your conscience in the First World War and beyond.
Belief into Action: Exhibition on the resistance of war
Remembering for Peace: The Book of Remembrance at Narberth Museum
Youth take over Caernarfon for ‘Peace in Action’
Call out for volunteers as Poppies: Weeping Window comes to Caernarfon
Wales for Peace are recruiting a team of enthusiastic volunteers to help deliver a world class visitor experience to everyone who visits the Poppies: Weeping Window sculpture during its time in Caernarfon – and to help with a broad programme of community events.
WW1 Conscientious Objectors - The impact on individuals eg poet TH Parry-Williams
Find out who were the Conscientious Objectors of Wales and uncover the impact being a CO had on the poet T H Parry-Williams.
'Dear Little Welsh Mother' - peace builders uncovered
“My Dear Little Welsh Mother…” hidden peace builders uncovered. Discover more about Mrs Tudor and Miss Williams of Caernarfon.
Wales Remembers those who stood against the First World War
Wales remembers those who stood against WW1: a trial copy of the ‘Pearce Register’ of Conscientious Objectors will be launched on the Eisteddfod field at Abergavenny on 4th August 2016
Temple of Peace tours
Join us for a guided tour of this historic building in Cardiff city centre, and find out about the role the Temple of Peace has played in the history of Wales' Peace Heritage since World War 1
#Somme100: Remembering for Peace
1st July 2016 marked the centenary of the start of the Battle of the Somme. WCIA's #RememberingforPeace exhibition in Cardiff's Temple of Peace enables visitors to view Wales' WW1 Book of Remembrance, hear soldiers stories', and considers the lessons 100 years on.
Welsh Conscientious Objectors Lecture at Caernarfon
9/7/2016 Caernarfon - an opportunity to hear Aled Eirug's revealing lecture on Welsh COs in WW1.
#MoreinCommon: Temple of Peace marks life of Jo Cox MP
The Welsh Centre for International Affairs is moved to be able to host #MOREINCOMMON, a festival of action to celebrate the life of Jo Cox MP this Wednesday.
90th Anniversary Exhibition of Aberystwyth Peace Congress
When the League of Nations Conference came to Aberystwyth 1926 - An exhibition to tell the story.
Women's Peace March 1926 Remembered at Penygroes
1926 Women's Peace March remembered at Penygroes
Urdd Eisteddfod, Flintshire 30th May - 4th June 2016
Join Wales for Peace to celebrate the Story of the Message of Peace and Goodwill - and shape the future of the message.
Day of Urdd Youth Peace & Goodwill Message
18th of May and it's the day for the Welsh Peace and Goodwill Message! Find out how the youth of Wales greet the youth of the world.
Rhyl and Wales welcome to Belgian refugees WW1 lecture
Discover more about the welcome to Belgian refugees in Wales and Rhyl - public lecture 24-5-2016 by C Declercq and A Vitti.
Flintshire Memorials Lecture at Bodelwyddan Exhibition
Bodelwyddan Remembering for Peace Exhibition
Remembering for Peace Exhibition at Bodelwyddan Castle from 30th of April to the 19th of June with opening and lecture on Flintshire War Memorials on 30th of April.
Report on 'Opposition to WW1' lecture by Rupert Gude
Opposition to WW1 in Britain - a community lecture
A community lecture organised by Wales for Peace dealing with the divergent opinions in the Opposition to WW1 in Britain will be held at Y Morlan, Aberystwyth at 2pm 16th of March 2016.
International Women's Day: Remembering Wales' Peace Builders
On International Women's Day, 8 March 2016, Wales for Peace are spotlighting the central role women of Wales have played in the search for peace - and in preparing to mark the 90th Anniversary of the (May 1926) North Wales Peace Pilgrimage, WCIA are launching a call for communities and individuals to share 'Hidden Herstories' of peace.
Marking the Centenary of Conscription: Lecture on Objection to WW1 in Wales
On March 2nd 1916 - centenary of military conscription for WW1 - Aled Eirug gives a public lecture in Aberystwyth exploring Welsh opposition to the First World War, and decisions of conscience and choice.
Transcription workshop: Glamorgan Archives, 4th March - volunteers needed!
The work of transcribing the 35,000 names listed in the National Book of Remembrance for the First World War is well underway, and the next workshop will take place at the Glamorgan Archives, Leckwith, Cardiff on Friday, 4th March, 10am - 4pm.
Belgian Refugees in Wales: Calling Hidden Histories
Wales for Peace in partnership with the David Davies Memorial Institute at Aberystwyth University have launched a call to gather together the 'hidden histories' of over 4,500 Belgian Refugees for Wales became home through the First World War - stimulated by a public lecture by leading experts on the topic, Christophe Declercq.
Belgian Refugees Lecture, 17th February 2016, Aberystwyth
Belgian Refugees in Wales in WW1 and relevance today - Christophe Declercq 17th Feb 2016 Lecture, Aberystwyth.
Heritage Collection Goes Public at Open Day
Public to record the history of soldiers from WW1 and the peace heritage of Wales.
Your chance to register.
'Remembering for Peace' Exhibition opens in Aberystwyth
The Remembering for Peace exhibition takes place at The National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth from 16 January - 9 April, 2016.
Looking forward to 2016: Remembering for Peace and uncovering hidden histories
A seasonal opportunity to uncover family and community history and make a New Year’s resolution to engage with the Wales for Peace project in 2016. What is the impact of war, and what has Wales done for peace?
Poppies to be 'centrepiece for Peace' at Caernarfon Castle for 2016
WCIA's Wales for Peace project are delighted to have been successful in a joint bid with Caernarfon Castle, CADW and the Royal Welsh Fusiliers Museum to bring the iconic Tower of London Poppies to Wales for Remembrance Day 2016.
White Poppies in Aberystwyth - The Story
Cllr Alun Williams explains how Aberystwyth Town Council showed leadership in preparation for Remembrance Day 2015
Successful Schools Conference 2015 Remembering For Peace
Launch of 'Digital Act of Remembrance' and call for volunteers
The World War One Welsh Book of Remembrance is to be made accessible online, with the help of volunteers across Wales who are invited to be part of the Wales for Peace project’s ‘modern day act of remembrance’ with the Welsh Centre for International Affairs and National Library for Wales.
#RememberingforPeace - Programme for Remembrance Day 2015
Wales for Peace marked Remembrance Day 2015 with an ambitious programme of partnership events, encouraging #RememberingforPeace - and bringing the WW1 Book of Remembrance to public view for the first time in 75 years.
Remembering the fallen yesterday and today
Wales Peace Institute publishes militarisation report
International Volunteers inspire Wales' Peace Garden
UNA Exchange have this August been hosting volunteers from around the world for a 2 week 'peace camp' in Cardiff, during which - as part of the Wales for Peace project - they are developing the Garden of Peace.
"A Oes Heddwch?": Peace at the National Eisteddfod
Urdd Eisteddfod Launches involvement in Wales for Peace
A Different Take on Remembrance - Pierhead Project Launch
A Different Take on Remembrance, as New 'Wales for Peace' Project Launches
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Llangollen International Eisteddfod / Llangollen International Eisteddfod
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