Home Secretary announces the continuation of funding to the Peace Foundation peer-to-peer service supporting victims of terrorism in the United Kingdom.
Recovering and coping after such terrorist incidents needs a range of specialist support. This week the Peace Foundation in partnership with Pulse Health Training ran a session looking at three topics: sleep, nutrition, and physical activity.
The 1993 Warrington bomb attack commemoration of the 28th anniversary (20th March 2021) will take place via a distanced online Zoom webinar On Friday 19th March 2021.
A progressive metal band based in Leeds & Manchester has released a track called 2205 (two two oh five) commemorating those affected by the Manchester attack and asking people to support the Peace Foundation
Home Secretary announces funding to the Peace Foundation to form a partnership to improve the services which support victims of terrorism in the United Kingdom
How the Peace Foundation will support those affected by the Sri Lanka attacks The Peace Foundation operates the national terrorism survivors assistance network. This is a free, confidential and specialist service open to all British nationals and international citizens living in the United Kingdom who have been affected by terrorism – this includes bereaved families,…Read more »
Internatuonal Peace Day conference agenda announced
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