With so much information available on the web we'd be here forever compiling a comprehensive list of all our favourite sites. The links below therefore reflect the sites that answer the most frequently asked questions sent into our public information unit, and many of these also have their own great links lists.
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NukeWatch is a network of individuals which monitors and tracks the movement of British weapons of mass destruction from Aldermaston in Berkshire to Coulport on the west coast of Scotland. It also informs the public and local authorities about the convoy movements and campaigns against them. We only know these convoys exist because ordinary people have tracked them. Nukewatch needs more monitors.
is an international host-travel network, which aims to promote peace
and international understanding by encouraging the exchange of views and
experiences across cultures. It is open to hosts and travellers from
all backgrounds. Servas is a non-governmental peace association with
consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council.
GuardianFilms has teamed up with acclaimed filmmaker Beeban Kidron to produce this unique interactive website records the actions, memories and history of the Greenham Common women - one of the most remarkable protests in modern history.