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Object of the Moment-International Conscientious Objector Day

Conscientious Objectors To coincide with International Conscientious Objectors Day, here are two of …

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Upcoming Museum Closures

The Peace Museum will be closed on the following upcoming dates:   Wednesday 3rd April (Closed …

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Communities Together – Build a Bridge – Holocaust Memorial Day 2013

Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) commemorations will take place on the 27th January  across the UK. Bradford Remembers, the annual gathering of people from across the local District to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust and all genocides, will take place this year at Bingley Arts Centre on the 25th January. The theme for 2013 is […]

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Songs for Peace

A little note from Rob Martin about Songs for Peace in Bradford,11th November 2012. “I would like to tell everyone about Songs for Peace which is taking place on Sunday 11th November 1pm, at the Bradford Cenotaph (which stands between the Alhambra and Media Museum). We will meet there to sing songs and then go on […]

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October a Busy Month for the Museum

Dates for your diary: Black History Month October 2012 William Dawson exhibition at the Peace Museum from the 1st of October – Artists and Activists; Black Peacemakers. Click here to find out more. Black History Event 20th October, Gumption Centre, Bradford – Playing for Peace, focus on Black sports men and women in the recent […]

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Black History Month – Black Peacemakers

  The Museum has a new collection of pen and ink drawings donated by the artist William Dawson. They are currently on display in our temporary exhibition area and feature Black artists and activists. Come and have a look and try our new ‘Why Me?’ quiz, available  on our hand held devices  (from the 1st […]

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Object of Week

This week’s Olympic value is Courage. Many Olympians throughout history have shown enormous courage, including Cathy Freeman who succeeded against the odds after becoming the first ever Aboriginal Commonwealth Games champion in 1994, winning a silver medal at the 1996 Olympic Games and finally becoming an Olympic champion in 2000 in Sydney.  Other courageous Olympians […]

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What the visitors say!

About the Museum “What a calm and inspiring place!” “A wonderful experience.” “The Peacemaker guides (pupils from Bradford primary and secondary schools) were FAB. They were so inspiring and professional.” “Thank you! We came, were inspired and will make ‘change’ happen.” “Super museum, like no other.” “The big questions are a fantastic idea.” ” Love […]

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Fred Wade Independent Bookstore

Many thanks to Fred Wade Bookshop in Halifax, West Yorkshire, for stocking two of our most popular resources that we are currently using in schools – Sport, Courage, Peace and Friendship and The Peace Challenge (both created by iandcworks). Fred Wade is a traditional, independent book store, selling a range of books, cards and stationary. Why […]

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News Update – More Changes at the Peace Museum

It has been a hectic few weeks at the Peace Museum, a time of personnel change as well as lots of activity in schools, at the Museum, Culture Fusion and in the community. A first for the Museum was to provide a session based around artefacts, holocaust, genocide and peace, for young offenders in prison; […]

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