Pro-peace conference, London, 8 October


Stop the War, London, 8 October 2016

From the Stop the War coalition in Britain:

08 October | London | 15 Years On: Time to Stop the War

15 Years On: Time to Stop the War
Sat 08 Oct | 10am-5pm
TUC
23-28 Great Russell Street
London
WC1B 3LS
TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

Organised by: Stop the War Coalition

Facebook here

An international conference marking 15 years of the ‘War on Terror‘ and the founding of Stop the War.

Speakers include: Malalai Joya, Lindsey German, Medea Benjamin, Phyllis Bennis, Mark Serwotka, Anas Altikriti, Salma Yaqoob, Brian Eno, Chris Cole, Andrew Murray and many more tba.

Sessions include:

Chilcot and the next steps for the movement

– Will the new Cold War turn hot?

– The war on Muslims: civil liberties and Islamophobia

– Armed and unstable: foreign policy after the US elections

– Killing by remote control: drones and geopolitics

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