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Thursday January 01 1970

Peace Walk "Towards A Nuclear Free Future"

category dublin | environment | event notice author Wednesday April 11, 2007 14:48author by Marcus Atkinson - Footprints For Peaceauthor email marcus at footprintsforpeace dot net Report this post to the editors

Begins at Mansion House, May 13th

A group of International and Local people will begin a 3 month Interfaith Peace Walk.
This walk will begin from Mansion House in Dublin, On May 13th we will gather at 8.30 in the morning and begin walking to Swords.
Continuing to London via Belfast, Faslane Nuclear Weapons Base, Sellafield, Menwith Hill, Aldermaston finishing on August 6th for the commemeration of Hiroshima.
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Over the past decade we have travelled the world participating in & organizing peace walks & runs, weekly vigils, non violent direct actions & protests, education & speaking tours around the world for peace and a nuclear free future. On these walks we have visited many nuclear sites and we have come to see literally that we are not just working on local actions – we are engaged in an international struggle.

Today there is an urgent call for global action to break the cycle of mass destruction created by the mining of uranium, the enrichment process and its use in nuclear power plants, nuclear weapons production, manufacturing of weapons with depleted uranium and the dumping of radioactive waste.

We would like to invite you to connect with other groups who share your struggle through the Interfaith Peace Walk project. We will begin a 3- month spiritual walk from Dublin, Ireland to London, England to help link a nuclear free global community. We have invited and are expecting many people from different countries, nations and spiritual communities to participate in walking, speaking at local meetings, visiting local schools and supporting in various creative ways. The core group of walkers will walk an average of 25 km (15 miles) a day while stopping along the way to present the issues that are concerning us all locally and globally.

We are seeking support from a wide range of the global community and encourage people from various cultural, ethnic and spiritual backgrounds to come to this walk and share your struggles and stories with the people during this 3 – month walk. Your stories will inspire others to deepen the connection, which already exists in the struggle for creating a better world.

We believe this walk can bring us one step closer to a nuclear free future.

Please join us in taking steps to create a Nuclear Free Future.

Related Link: http://www.footprintsforpeace.net
author by Jasperpublication date Mon May 14, 2007 15:37author address author phone Report this post to the editors

I'd protest against nuclear weapons. Not against power plants.

author by Mark Chapman - Ulster Quaker Peace Committeepublication date Mon May 14, 2007 14:09author email quaker.peace.committee at ntlworld dot comauthor address author phone 0798 354 9472Report this post to the editors

The Ulster Quaker Peace Committee and Make Trident History are hosting the Interfaith Peace Walk in Belfast (Tues 22 - Fri 25 May) and supporting them along the way in Newry, Banbridge & Lisburn.

Stopover points are as follows (leaving the following morning at 9 am, except Dundalk and Belfast): Swords 13th May, Skerries 14th, Drogheda 15th. Ardee 16th, Dundalk 17th, Newry 19th, Banbridge 20th, Lisburn 21st, Belfast 22nd.
Look out for local events (including civic receptions in Newry, Lisburn, Belfast).

Thursday 24th, 9 am, International Women’s Day for Peace and Disarmament, walk from City Hall, Belfast, 9 am, to Stormont.

Thurs 24, 7.30 pm Showing of docu-drama ‘Nuclear Secrets – Vanunu and the Bomb’ (benefit for Moredechai Vanunu, co-hosted with Peace People) at Frederick Street Friends Meeting House, Belfast.

Contact KA or Marcus to find out exactly where to join walk:
087 068 7899 (South)
0788 142 5531 (North)

More details:
make.trident.history@ntlworld.com
quaker.peace.committee@ntlworld.com

 
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