Tag: terrorism

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 »

Manchester announces first anniversary commemoration plans

Manchester announces first-anniversary commemoration plans Further details of the Manchester commemoration, one year following the attack outside the Manchester Arena, including a vigil called Manchester Together, to take place in Albert Square. The Manchester Together – With One Voice event, from 19:30 to21:00 on Tuesday 22 May 2018, will see choirs come together in song…Read more »

Long-term sustainable recovery needed after terrorist incidents

Long-term sustainable recovery needed after terrorist incidents. A lead organisation that provides support to the survivors of terrorism, is calling for a long-term sustainable approach to recovery following the publication of the independent Lord Kerslake review into the response to the Manchester attack in May 2017. The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation operates the national…Read more »

#LondonUnited – how Peace Foundation will provide emotional support

#LondonUnited – how Peace Foundation will provide emotional support Mayor Sadiq Khan is bringing London together to remember all the first anniversaries of the terror attacks on the capital in 2017. Today marks one year on from the Westminster atrocity that claimed the life of Police Constable Keith Palmer and his “courage and ultimate sacrifice”…Read more »

Marking the 25th Anniversary of the Warrington Bombing

Warrington will fall silent on Tuesday 20th March as we mark the 25th anniversary of the Warrington bombing. On 20th  March 1993 two IRA bombs exploded on Bridge Street and killed 12-year-old Tim Parry and three-year-old Johnathan Ball. More than 50 people were injured. A commemoration service, attended by HRH The Princess Royal, will be…Read more »

Tuesday 22nd May 2018 – One Year Since the Manchester Arena Attack

Manchester City Council will lead the official commemoration on Tuesday 22nd May 2018 – the first anniversary of the Manchester Arena Attack. The Survivors Assistance Network (SAN), part of the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation, continues to provide practical and emotional support to many of those affected by the terrorist atrocities in Manchester and elsewhere….Read more »

Peace Foundation supports Survivors Against Terror Network

Peace Foundation to support Survivors Against Terror Network The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation, through the Survivors Assistance Network, is a specialist in trying to prevent violent extremism and in assisting survivors, acting as an advocate in ensuring that those affected are provided with relevant and appropriate support The charity works in partnership with…Read more »

Foundation congratulates Sara Khan as new Commissioner for Countering Extremism

The Government has announced that Sara Khan is to lead a Commission for Countering Extremism The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation welcomes the establishment of the Commission and congratulates Sara Khan on her appointment as the new lead Commissioner for Countering Extremism.  Sara is an experienced human rights campaigner and the charity she established, INSPIRE (Read…Read more »