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Newsletter - 28/11/19

Plans Confirmed: No to Trump - No to NATO Protest

Plans have been confirmed for this coming Tuesday's demonstration against Donald Trump and the NATO summit:

4pm: Assemble on south of Trafalgar Sq. for speeches & music

5pm: March leaves Trafalgar Sq. to Buckingham Palace via The Mall

5.45pm: Arrives at Canada Gate opp. Buckingham Palace

6pm: NATO reception begins

7pm: R3 Soundsystem - Dance Music Against Trump at Buckingham Gate

We are encouraging everyone to bring glow sticks and fairy lights etc for visibility as well horns, whistles, pots, pans and other instruments to make as much noise as possible at the protest.

We also need volunteers for stewarding of the demonstration. Are you available this Tuesday at 3pm to help?

If so, please email 💌

We look forward to seeing you there!

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This Saturday: No to NATO International Counter Summit

PLEASE NOTE: Registration Opens at 10am not 10.30

With Donald Trump, Boris Johnson and Recep Tayyip Erdoğan set to attend the gathering of the world's largest nuclear-armed military alliance next week, it’s vital that the peace and anti-war movements are mobilised to full capacity to oppose what John Pilger calls an 'American invention designed to impose American power on Europe'.

In advance of the protests being organised around the Queen’s reception for NATO leaders on the 3rd of December, we are hosting a counter-summit in Central London. The event will bring together anti-war voices from across Europe and beyond, to discuss NATO’s nuclear warmongering, its interventionist wars, and set out how civil society can work to abolish NATO and create a more peaceful world.

NATO is by design a powerful arm of US foreign policy, and increasingly dangerous in the hands of the reckless Donald Trump. We must take action against NATO - Join us in saying “No to NATO” on November 30th.

No to Trump - No to NATO: International Counter Summit

Sat 30 Nov | 10:00-17:30

Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church

235 Shaftesbury Avenue

London, WC2H 8EP

Free Entrance. Register Here.

Become a Stop the War Member

After decades of death and destruction caused by unnecessary British military interventions, we now have the opportunity to elect a Prime Minister who will take real measures to transform British foreign policy to one that is based on social justice, peace and human rights.

Stop the War has played a huge role in changing the narrative of ‘Bomb first, talk later’ and this is reflected in the Labour Party’s new manifesto that promises a sharp change in foreign policy.

This is an exciting time for us, but we still have a very long way to go. We urgently need your financial help to continue our crucial campaigning work during the election period and to strengthen the movement against wars and against NATO.

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The Leadership Group of Citizens:mk has invited all prospective parliamentary candidates for MK North and South to a public assembly on Monday 2nd December at the Church of Christ the Cornerstone at 6.15pm.

Hosted by the City Church, parliamentary candidates will each be given four minutes to talk about their interests and the power they will use, if elected, to further Citizens:mk campaigns. Current Citizens:mk campaigns include Fair Work, Refugees Welcome, Fight Against Hate and Action on Climate Change.

Jonathan Wilson, Deputy Headteacher of Orchard Academy primary school, said: “Our children have been asking retailers in the shopping centre to sign up to a Refill scheme where they refill their water bottles for free. They want to reduce single-use plastic bottles and want to ask the future MPs to help them.”

Kurshida Mirza, Chair of Citizens:mk, said: “Our assemblies are grounded in listening respectfully to MK residents and power-holders alike. We are non-partisan, focused on understanding one another’s interests, developing relationships and using the power of our alliance to achieve social justice campaign goals. We look forward to welcoming MK’s parliamentary candidates and helping MK citizens get to know them.”

If you would like to attend the public assembly on Monday 2nd December, book your place here.

Milton Court Care Home Christmas Bazaar

Sat 7 December, 12pm-4pm

Come and get in the Christmas spirit with a visit from Santa, craft gifting stalls, tombola and raffle, mince pies and mulled wine. All money raised will be donated to MK Bus Shelter.

Find out more

Network for Peace



1 December

EVERYWHERE. Prisoners for Peace Day. A chance for you to demonstrate your support for individuals in gaol for refusing to join the military or who have taken nonviolent actions to disrupt preparation for war, by writing to those whose freedom has been taken away from them because of their work for peace.

2 December

LONDON. Kashmir: tormented state and global flashpoint with Dr Nitasha Kaul, a Kashmiri academic, economist, novelist and poet, and has spoken and published widely on varied themes including social theory, democracy, and postcolonial critique. Friends of Le Monde Diplomatique Café Diplo at The Gallery, 70/77 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EL. Nearest tube sta- tion Farringdon. 6.45pm (doors open 6.30). £3, concessions £2, tickets on door. Info 07435 844 130

7 December

LONDON. No to Trump - No to NATO - London Demonstration. 12-4. Details tba. 020 7700 2393 no-to-nato-london-demonstration/

10 December

WORLDWIDE. Human Rights Day. The Day marks the anniversary of the Assembly's adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. humanrightsday/

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