Month: August 2018

Mother’s Day Premiere at the Peace Centre

Mother’s Day Premiere at the Peace Centre.  The 90-minute drama tells the story of two women living either side of the Irish sea, who are brought together following the tragic deaths of three-year-old Johnathan Ball and 12-year-old Tim Parry in the Warrington bombing on March 20, 1993. The star-studded cast from the BBC drama Mother’s…Read more »

International Day of Peace Event 2018

On International Peace Day, the Peace Foundation is calling upon people affected by terrorism to come together in solidarity to uphold the “Right to Peace” and to announce plans to create an international network of survivors who will campaign and work for peace

London | Westminster Incident

London| Westminster Incident On Thursday 14 August 2018 at 07:37 a car collided with cyclists and pedestrians, before crashing into barriers outside the Houses of Parliament. A man and a woman were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries and have now both been discharged. Another man was also treated at the scene. The driver…Read more »

International Youth Day 2018: Making Space to Tackle the Violence of Exclusion

Making Space to Tackle the Violence of Exclusion Today is International Youth Day, an annual event celebrating the important role young people play in creating positive, sustainable change and peace. It is also an opportunity to highlight challenges faced by youth in today’s expanding world and promote the inclusion of young people in finding sustainable solutions…Read more »

RBS raises over £14,000 for Charity Unique Achievement Campaign

As we are half way through our Unique Achievement Campaign, we wanted to reflect on this years events so far as we work towards raising £150,000 to go towards our young peoples programme as well as Survivors Assistance Network. We have been overwhelmed by the support we have received through this significant year as we commemorate…Read more »