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The Gandhi Foundation International Peace Award 2015

The Trustees of The Gandhi Foundation wish to honour Tore Naerland “Bike for Peace” with the Gandhi Foundation’s International Peace Award in recognition of the work he has done over many years in promoting a nuclear-free world. Bike for Peace is an ad hoc organization for the peace and environmental movement and works closely with […]

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Declaration of the World Uranium Symposium 2015

International delegates from five continents sign the Declaration of the World Uranium Symposium Québec, 22 April 2015. On Earth Day, international delegates from five continents signed the Declaration of the World Uranium Symposium, calling on all nations to put an end to the mining and use of uranium, the first link in the nuclear fuel chain for […]

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The London Pacifism and Nonviolence Discussion Group

  The London Pacifism and Nonviolence Discussion Group are meeting soon to discuss: Nonviolence and Nuclear Power on Tuesday 9th June 2015 Your thoughts on these topics are welcome, in advance and (especially) on the day. The group meets on the second Tuesday each month, at 7pm (until around 9pm) at Housmans Bookshop, 5 Caledonian Road, […]

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Help the Children of Gaza says Gandhi Foundation Patron Denis Halliday

Going through some pictures from the recent weeks in Umm al Nasser, Northern Gaza.  Things are hard, very hard, for a lot of people in Gaza, in all of Palestine these days, but a child’s smile helps…. Although it was hard work, we (and obviously the children) had some fun… We decided the pictures, their smiles ought […]

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Was this Gandhi’s worst decision? By George Paxton

2014 has been chosen by the British Government to commemorate the start of the Great War. The idea strikes me as very odd, unless its aim is to encourage a determined effort to avoid war in the future. But there is little sign of that in the everyday business of government. However the commemoration does give opponents of war […]

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London Discussion Forum on Gandhi and Nonviolence – a view of the last discussion by Robert Fisher

London Discussion Forum on Gandhi and Nonviolence The London Discussion Forum on Gandhi and Nonviolence met recently to discuss The Current condition of Women, Feminism and Gandhi. This is a forum to discuss Gandhi and the relevance of his ideals, especially nonviolence, in the contemporary world. Anyone who has an opinion on the subject or has read […]

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Susan Denton-Brown

Susan Denton-Brown who was Chairperson of the Gandhi Foundation in 2009 sadly died on 28 January 2014. Her career was teaching Religious Studies in schools. From 2010 she was Chair of the British Friends of Neve Shalom Wahatal Salam (http:/, a village where Arabs and Jews live together peacefully and the children are educated in both […]

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