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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

Communities for Peace

Many of us have heard rhetoric about divided communities and rising tensions in the North West of England in response to change.  That change may be as a result of loss of local industry or significant jobs cuts or it may be in response to newcomers into a community who may come from different cultural…Read more »

Terrorism Survivors stand together for peace through recovery, resilience and readiness

Terrorism Survivors stand together for peace through recovery, resilience and readiness The Embassy of the United States of America Deputy Chief of Mission Lewis Lukens, in partnership with the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation, Warrington United Kingdom, and One World Strong Foundation, Boston United States, will (Friday 6th July 2018) host a dialogue between…Read more »

Commemoration of the 7th July 2005 (7/7) London bombings

Commemoration of the 7th July 2005 (7/7) London bombings A commemoration ceremony will take place in London on Saturday 7th July 2018 to mark the 13th anniversary of the attacks on the city and a minute’s silence will be observed in memory of those who lost their lives, those injured and those affected by the…Read more »

Have your say | How are terrorism survivors being supported

Have your say | How are terrorism survivors being supported Survivors Against Terror is a network of family members who have lost a loved one to terror and survivors of terror attacks. Their mission is to help our country tackle terrorism more effectively and ensure victims and their families get the support they deserve.  The…Read more »

We remember Finsbury Park

The first anniversary of the Finsbury Park terror attack is being commemorated and the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation is thinking of all those affected and victims and survivors at this sensitive time. #London United Click here to  read our advice about coping with anniversaries On Tuesday morning (19th June), people will observe a minute’s…Read more »

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 »