Month: May 2018

How to deal with anniversaries of terrorism

How to deal with anniversaries of terrorism On 22nd May we will commemorate the first anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack. In March we remembered the 25th anniversary of the Warrington bombing and those affected by the Westminster Bridge attack and in May dedicated a new national memorial to victims of terrorism at the National…Read more »

Talking to children about the Manchester Arena Attack

One year on from the Manchester Arena attack and a significant amount of attention will be given in the news and on social media and in conversation. Terrorism is a crime against society, and as the threat level indicates, the likelihood of a terrorist attack in the UK from international terrorism is severe – there…Read more »

How a Guatemalan doll is helping children recover from a terrorist attack

How a Guatemalan doll is helping children recover from the Manchester Arena attack A Guatemalan traditional legend about a doll is being used to help young children who were affected by the Manchester Arena attack.  The dolls are part of the therapies being offered by the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation, an organisation set up nearly 25 years ago…Read more »

Peace Foundation supports dedication ceremony for the National Memorial to British Victims of Overseas Terrorism

Peace Foundation supports dedication ceremony for the National Memorial to British Victims of Overseas Terrorism The Peace Foundation’s Survivors Assistance Network is supporting those affected by terrorism overseas to attend the dedication ceremony for the National Memorial to British Victims of Overseas Terrorism. The National Memorial to British Victims of Overseas Terrorism was designed by artist…Read more »

Together – Peace Foundation remembers one year on

Together – Peace Foundation remembers one year on. On 22nd May 2018, the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation will stage a commemoration to remember all those affected by the Manchester Arena attack.  They will also be leading the town in the national minute’s silence and are inviting anyone in the area to join with the Centre…Read more »

Broadcasters asked to show sensitivity as Manchester bombing first anniversary approaches

Broadcasters and members of the media are being asked to show sensitivity as the first anniversary of the Manchester bombing approaches.  The call comes from the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation, an organisation that supports victims and survivors of terrorism, and is a response to material that is being screened that features explicit descriptions of…Read more »

Tribute to Dame Tessa Jowell

Tribute to Dame Tessa Jowell Former Labour cabinet minister Dame Tessa Jowell, a  supporter of the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation and politician who put the support of victims of terrorism at the forefront of her work, has died aged 70. Dame Tessa, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in May last year, suffered…Read more »

Sheffield Schools take Small Steps for Peace

Sheffield Schools take Small Steps for Peace Sheffield primary schools and peace education charity team up to teach conflict resolution School children from three, Sheffield primary schools will be presented with caps and gowns after graduating from a groundbreaking peace education course, devised by a charity working to prevent radicalisation and extremism. The Tim Parry…Read more »