In unity there is strength. Peace movements in Europe are working for a ceasefire and negotiations to end the Ukraine War. They are organizing to oppose deployment of new U.S. nuclear weapons under the cover of NATO’s Nuclear Sharing doctrine and working in support of the Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. They are deeply critical of NATO expansion and are working to cut their nations’ military budgets and ambitions to fund their health care and education systems. And they are challenging their governments’ racist responses to their immigration crises.
To help build our movements and to encourage collaborations, the Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security and Mass. Peace Action have organized this a webinar to more deeply engage with movement leaders in Britain, Germany, Italy and Finland.
Lisa Pelletti Clark, former Co-President of International Peace Bureau and active member of the Italian Blessed Are the Peacemakers ( Beati i costruttori di pace)
Angelika Claussen, Co-Chair International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War & President of IPPNW Europe
Ulla Klotzer, Women for Peace and Women Against Nuclear Power
Tom Unterrainer, Chair of Britain’s Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and a Director of the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation
Co-sponsored by Campaign for Peace, Disarmament & Common Security, Massachusetts Peace Action, and Code Pink