Category: <span>News</span>

Category: News

A Brief History of MAW

We have just published this brief history to celebrate our first 15 years! “The abolition of war needs action. There are too many people who are against war but do nothing about it. Of course, everybody cannot do everything, but everyone can do something.” Robert Hinde, 1923-2016, former MAW President

Youth Competitions 2015 – results

Essay Competition “What Can Be Done to Abolish War?” First Prize:Andris Thompson, (UK)​(Read the essay here!) Runners up:Mairiga Jonathan, (Nigeria)Nur Shafiqah  (Malaysia)Alemnew Gebeyehu Dessie  (Ethiopia) Photography Competition  “What Does Peace Mean to You?” First Prize:Vijay Kumar (India) Runner up:Ahmed Abbas (Egypt) Vijay Kumar ​’Colours Makes Us Same !!!’ The Colour …

Remembrance Lecture 2015: “Future Wars and How to Prevent Them”

Professor Paul Rogers 8th November 2015 Professor Paul Rogers was speaking at MAW’s Annual Remembrance Day Peace Lecture on8th Nov 2015 at the Imperial War Museum, London. You can watch the whole video of Prof Paul Rogers’ incisive but hopeful analysis, or a six-minute edit, below. Full talk Six-minute edit

Report on Peace History Conference 2014: Alternative Voices of World War One

Saturday October 11th, 2014 The day long event, which took place at the Imperial War Museum in London, offered an array of fascinating talks from distinguished members of the peace and academic communities. The 150 participants were welcomed by Terry Charman, senior historian at the Imperial War Museum, and following an …