A Flawed Peace?

The Peace Museum presents A Flawed Peace? An exhibition exploring post-war…
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Object of the Moment-International Conscientious Objector Day

Conscientious Objectors To coincide with International Conscientious Objectors Day, here…
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Upcoming Museum Closures

The Peace Museum will be closed on the following upcoming…
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Join our Team! Marketing and Press Assistant Vacancy

The Peace Museum is recruiting a Marketing and Press Assistant…
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Don’t Attack Iraq Poster

Item type: Poster Date: 2002 Description: The poster was produced by the Stop the War Coalition. It is mounted on a heavy sheet of plywood. It has a greyish background with pale greenish circles and black lettering and was created for the first anti-Iraq war march in London on September 28th 2002.

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Simple Peace Banner

Object type: Banner Date: Mid-1980s Description: The banner is made of cotton cloth with the word “Peace” painted over a rainbow of colours and shows a dove carrying an olive branch.

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Positive Bradford Day

The Peace Museum will be participating in the very first Positive Bradford Day on Wednesday, 28 September 2011. From noon onwards, Centenary Square , the Urban Park and Tyrrell Street will become a giant showcase for all that’s good about Bradford.  There’ll be a spectacular, varied programme of music, dancing, fashion shows, sports coaching, crisp tasting, […]

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The Peace Museum featured on Everyman Radio

The Peace Museum’s curator, Julie Obermeyer, was recently interviewed about the museum by Everyman Radio, an internet radio station which aims to bring a light-hearted yet realistic view of the world with alternative music, discussions on the latest events and a mix of comedy, poetry, readings, health, etc. The museum was contacted because programmers at […]

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Bicycle pendants

Item type: Banner Date: Between 1980 and 2010 Description: Eight small bicycle pendants, each made of a long triangle of nylon with the outline of a bicycle painted on.

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