The Common Security Report 2022 is published by the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), the International Peace Bureau (IPB) and the Olof Palme International Center. More information on https://commonsecurity.org/.
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Manifestation nationale / Nationale manifestatie – Europe for Peace
Interview mit Reiner Braun (IPB, No to NATO network) in der Berliner Zeitung am 26.02.2022
Jordi Calvo Rufanges, Centre Delàs d’Estudis per la Pau
STATE OF POWER 2021 May 2021
The arms trade is one of the world’s most successful corporate enterprises. Not only has it created an economic system that grows regardless, it has normalised war and security responses to every social crisis.
2. Dissolution of NATO – for solidarity, sustainability and disarmament Monday June 14th: 1pm to 2.30pm CEST | 1am-2:30am PST | 7am-8:30am EDT | 12pm-1:30pm UK Interpretation: English, French and Spanish By diverting attention and resources to militarism, NATO will also make it difficult to achieve the urgent Paris Agreement climate targets and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Global solidarity and international cooperation is needed to solve common challenges: the pandemic, the climate emergency, and inequality. With … Continue reading →
1. Global NATO – the threat of war Sunday June 13: 3pm to 6:30pm CEST Interpretation: English, French and Spanish Introduction Heinz Bierbaum, Germany, President – European Left Part I NATO2030 – NATO’s new global vision: Ludo De Brabander, Belgium, vrede vzw Nuclear weapons – abolition or new arms race?: Kate Hudson, UK, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) Military spending on the rise: Cloe Meulenwaeter, Barcelona, Centre Delàs d´Estudis per la Pau War on terror – 20 years on: Lindsey … Continue reading →
Dear participants and registrants, with this email, we would like to give you a short overview of our German webinar “SIPRI Figures on Military Expenditure – Developments in Germany and Worldwide”, which we held via Zoom on April 28. This event was one in a series leading up to the Second World Peace Congress in Barcelona being held from October 15-17, 2021, for which we have just published our second programme draft. Find more information about it here: https://www.ipb2021.barcelona/ We … Continue reading →
by Yurii Sheliazhenko Transcript of a presentation delivered at the International Peace Bureau’s webinar on the dangerous US/NATO/Russia/Ukraine maneuvers 5 May 2021. (Video from the webinar: webinar-discussion-about-the-dangerous-us-nato-russia-ukraine-maneuvers-2021-05-05-video/) My main point is to urge you against seeing whole problem only in the Ukraine crisis. Let’s see the big picture. War in Ukraine started in the interests of superpowers. It is a war for status quo, for a cold-war-like world. United States and Russia treat Ukraine and European Union like a chessboard … Continue reading →
Treiben Biden und NATO zum großen Krieg?
14. Mai · 18:00 – 20:00 CEST
What is going on?? And how dangerous is the situation?
Speakers are Bruce Gagnon, Elizabeth Murray, Yuri Sheliazhenkol, Reiner Braun
What is going on?? And how dangerous is the situation? Speakers are Bruce Gagnon, Elizabeth Murray, Yuri Sheliazhenkol, Reiner Braun Events in the U.S./NATO/Ukraine challenge to Russia have been moving at a frenetic pace. Ukraine increased deployment of military troops to the eastern provinces on the border of Donbass. Russia predictably responded by mobilizing a large part of its military to meet the Ukraine threat. In another incident, the US publicized two U.S. warships heading into the Black Sea; Russia … Continue reading →
Common Road Map to End Nuclear Sharing in Europe With the entry into force of the TPNW (Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons) the governments in European nuclear sharing countries, i.e. Belgium, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands, are confronted with a new reality: nuclear disarmament is now on the agenda in security politics. This gives the peace movement in Europe an important chance to shape a new strategy to put pressure on European governments and NATO countries to rethink … Continue reading →
Meanwhile, others tried to delegitimize it and to minimize its success.
January 24th, 2021, at 19:00 – 21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Organized by Campign Stopp Air Base Ramstein, No to NATO, IPB
January 24th, 2021, at 9:00 – 11:00 CET (UTC+1)
Organised by IPB
Dear Friends and colleagues, please find below an information of the World Congress of the International Peace Bureau. Our network will participate in the congress by organizing a workshop on “NATO and Militarization – Mobilizing for the next NATO Summit in Brussels 2017”. Please participate in the thunderclap for mobilization and spread the word outside the social networks as well. Greetings, Lucas Dear friends and colleagues, the IPB world congress Disarm! For a Climate of Peace – Creating an Action … Continue reading →
Statement from the Triennial Conference of the International Peace Bureau September 13-15 Stockholm , Sweden “The World is Over-armed and Peace is Under-funded” – Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary GeneralContinue reading →