How to move from a world of war to a world of peace?
TOM UNTERRAINER explores how trade unionists can press for arms conversion in the face of government reluctance to abandon militarism
SOCIALLY useful production loomed large over proceedings on the final day of the International Peace Bureau’s World Congress, which convened in Berlin earlier this month.
Over 1,000 delegates from peace organisations in 75 countries took stock, discussed and planned for the years ahead.
International Peace Bureau co-president Ingeborg Breines opened with a call to combat the “imperialist thinking” behind the idea that we must always be “prepared for war.”... read more
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