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Global Day of Action on Military Spending, 2015

On Monday 13th April, groups across the world took action on military spending. The Global Day of Action on Military Spending (GDAMS) is now in it's fifth year, and WRI affiliates took action to highlight the huge amounts of money that are wasted on military expenditure across the globe.

In Finland, two WRI affiliates came together to display a banner reading "If we had $1.8 trillion, we'd would #movethemoney to education, renewable energy, healthcare" in multiple languages. Members of South Korean group World Without War are currently touring Europe, met with members of AKL (the Union of Conscientious Objectors), and took part in the action.

Cierre de AWE Burghfield: 25 activistas europeos interrogados bajo la por el anexo 7 de la Ley de prevención del terrorismo de 2000 en Calais

European Antimilitarist Network members meeting buefore Burghfield LockdownEuropean Antimilitarist Network members meeting buefore Burghfield Lockdown

25 activistas por la paz internacionales de Finlandia, Suecia y Bélgica que viajaban en un autobús desde Finlandia a Burghfield en Berkshire para participar en el bloqueo para cerrar la base de Burghfield que tendrá lugar el lunes 2 de marzo fueron parados y registrados por el anexo 7 de la Ley de prevención del terrorismo por policías británicos antiterroristas en Calais el 28 de febrero de 2015. Los/as pacifistas de los grupos Unión de Objetores de Conciencia de Finlandia (AKL), ofog de Suecia y Acción por la Paz de Bélgica, entre otros, son parte de un grupo de más de 40 activistas europeos que van a participar en el bloqueo de AWE Burghfield el lunes 2 de marzo de 2015, para presionar contra la renovación del sistema de armamento nuclear británico Trident [1].

Prohibir las de armas nucleares

En Viena 44 estados han llamado por la prohibición de las armas nuclear durante la conferencia sobre los impactos humanitarios de las armas nucleares.  El "Compromiso austriaco" es un compromiso donde el gobierno austriaco se compromete a trabajar para "cubrir los vacíos legales para la prohibición y eliminación de las armas nucleares".  Estos anuncios fueron presentados frente a una conferencia internacional de dos días para examinar las consecuencias del uso de las armas nucleares.

El 2 de marzo la Red Europea Antimilitarista tomará parte del bloqueo de la fábrica de armas nucleares de Burghfield en Inglaterra. Varias campañas están tomando fuerza en Gran Bretaña contra las armas nucleares, ya que  la decisión de reemplazar (o decomisionar) el sistema de armas nucleares Tridente sera tomada en el 2016.

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Faslane Peace Camp: Trident Nuclear Weapons Base Blockaded in Post Referendum Protest

Trident Ploughshares Press Release
 
22 September 2014
 
This morning, four days after the historic referendum Trident Ploughshares [1] and Faslane Peace Camp [2] have partially blocked the north gate to Faslane Naval Base, homeport of the UK Trident nuclear weapons system, sending a strong message that the overwhelming desire of Scotland to be rid of nuclear weapons must be honoured.

Seven-mile scarf unfurled between nukes factories as thousands oppose Trident

A seven-mile pink scarf knitted by over 5,000 people from around Britain and beyond has been unfurled between the Atomic Weapons Establishments (AWE) at Aldermaston and Burghfield in Berkshire. The knitters are calling on Parliament not to renew the Trident nuclear weapons system when the decision comes up in 2016.

Lutzerather Gate Blockade cleared at Büchel nuclear base in Germany

Hiroshima Remembrance Day , August 6 2014, 11 am. The blockade at the Lutzerather Gate of the Büchel nuclear base was cleared at about 6.30 am this morning to allow vehicles entry to the nuclear weapons base. Of the 12 activists blockading the gate, one could not be immediately removed because he had locked himself to the gate with a bike lock around his neck. The police had to lift him and open the gate with him still attached. After attempts to break the lock, the police were forced to cut the gate itself in order to remove the protester. He and two other activists without ID were arrested and taken to Cochen police station, one of them is under-age. All the other blockaders were let go after their personal details were recorded.

Plowshares sentencing shows U.S. government afraid of peace activists

Jim Haber

Outside the courthouse in Knoxville, Tenn., where three anti-nuclear activists were severely sentenced on February 18, Michelle Boertje-Obed, the wife of one of the three Transform Now Plowshares members, encouraged everyone to see Judge Amul Thapar’s ruling in a positive light. Despite her husband Greg having just received over 5 years in prison for infiltrating the Y-12 nuclear weapons facility on July 28, 2012 and damaging federal property — along with Michael Walli and 84-year-old Catholic nun Megan Rice – Michelle pointed out that the judge could have easily given them much longer sentences, as recommended by the prosecution.

Video: Reporting Trident War Crimes to Thames Valley Police by Action AWE in the UK

Film made on 8 February 2014 during the ‘Reporting a Crime’ event at Reading Police Station. Part of the Action AWE campaign.

Wool Against Weapons

Anti-nuclear activists in the UK are knitting frantically – why? On Nagasaki day (9 August), they plan to connect the two "Atomic Weapons Establishments" at Burghfield and Aldermaston with a 7-mile (11km) pink peace scarf, as part of the growing campaign against the replacement of the Trident nuclear weapons system.

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Time to Go! Belgian campaign against nuclear weapons

Press statement , 14 October 2013

Belgian former prime ministers and a former Secretary General of the NATO support campaign against nuclear weapons.

'Time to Go!' is the name of the campaign of the Belgian peace movement against the American nuclear weapons stationed in Belgium. On Sunday 20 October 2013 (from 2 until 6 p.m.) the peace movement organizes a national demonstration for nuclear disarmament in the Belgian capital Brussels (Jubelpark- Cinquantenaire ). There will be speeches, entertainment for children and concerts of Jaune Toujours, James Deano en Helmut Lotti.

http://www.timetogo.be

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