Stories of State Surveillance and Infiltration of Peace Movements

Event Date: 26th September 2021
Location: Internet

Greater Manchester & District
Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (GMDCND)

 

Dates for the Diary:
CND & Peace events in autumn

 

Stories of State Surveillance and Infiltration of
Peace Movements

Peace History Conference 2021 (online)
Sun 26th Sep, 2pm, Register here


This year’s Peace History Conference will consider examples of state spying on peace campaigns and explore the lessons of this history for today’s activists.

The programme is still being developed but current speakers include: 

  • The journalist Rob Evans, author of Undercover, who will discuss the activities of undercover police within peace and environmental movements (late 20th century)
  • The historian Dr Alison Ronan will speak about state surveillance of 1920s/30s pacifist groups, including Peace Pledge Union and War No More

Register today!

The event is organised by the Peace History Conference group, with Greater Manchester & District CND and the Working Class Movement Library. The webinar is free and there will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.

 

Find out more – call Caroline on 01722 321865 or email us.