Penny Hicks from Stop the War Coalition facilitated one of the two workshops on building an anti-war movement today while Chris Clayton’s workshop looked at research into conscientious objectors giving local researchers a chance to share their findings.
After lunch Lindsay German gave an excellent talk on how 100 years of war has changed women’s lives.
This was followed by Ali Ronan sharing her research on publicity and handbills which gave an insight into the bravery and resourcefulness of activists a century ago and allowed contemporary activists a chance to think about their own publicity.
Bolton Quakers organised a series of four lively and well attended talks about WW1 throughout November 2014
Max Plowman and the Literature of the First World War by Malcolm Pittock,
Published in print January 2004 | ISSN: 0008-199X
Published online January 2004 | e-ISSN: 1471-6836 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/camqtly/33.3.217