Christian CND events

Zoom Prayer Meetings: We’ll be gathering together every month to pray for our nation and our world. Upcoming dates for February will appear here.

Ash Wednesday – 17 February: Christian CND and Pax Christi will be hosting a Zoom Witness for Ash Wednesday, replacing the usual event which takes place outside the Ministry of Defence in London. There will be an opportunity for reflection, prayer and actions. It’s a free event but registration is important so we can send you a pack for the day. Register here.

UK events

11 February: As more campaign organising takes place online, facilitating meetings to help participants meet their objectives in a positive, inclusive way is a vital skill. Online.

18 February: Making decisions online is now an important part of campaigning. But how to ensure everyone contributes, that a real consensus is achieved, and that everyone understands the decision being made? Online.

25 February: Zero Carbon — Why NOT Nuclear? Online. Speakers: Dr Andy Stirling and Dr Phil Johnstone. An opportunity to hear two key researchers from Sussex University speak about their evidence that nuclear power is obsolete in achieving zero-carbon, but exists now purely to underpin military use. The webinar will be chaired by Nikki Clark, from Stop Hinkley campaign. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions. Please send your question in advance, with your name to Caroline Lanyon on email: – subject ‘Zero Carbon— Why Not Nuclear’ Org by: Salisbury CND.

Friday 19 March: In March, CAAT will gather to share skills, deepen our knowledge, make connections and create plans. The arms trade starts here, and so does our resistance. Online.

17 March: Attitudes of non-nuclear states to nuclear weapons modernisation programmes. Online event to coincide with a report produced by Nuclear Information Service. 11am. Registration and more info 0118 327 4935 or 07974 916 954

23 April: Candle-lit vigil to mark TPNW entry into force. A socially distanced candle lit walk around the lake in Lister Park Bradford. Join the walk anytime between 8:30 and 9:00pm at the Norman Arch at the bottom of Emm Lane, please stagger your arrival time so you can keep distant from others. Bradford’s own Peace Artistes Street Band will be playing as you walk up to the lake from the arch. Bring a torch or a lantern if you have one. For more information, please contact

For UK peace events see:

International Events

For more international events see:
International Peace Bureau
Reaching Critical Will (a project of Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom)
Friends Committee on National Legislation