In 2014 the West Midlands Pension Fund (WMPF) held investments in four manufacturers of cluster bombs. Their investments come from Council Tax money, collected across the West Midlands region. But the 2010 Cluster Munitions (Prohibition) Act forbids all forms of support … Continue reading →
On Sunday 6th August 2017 Coventry representatives waited at St Michael’s House, Coventry Cathedral to welcome diplomats from the Embassy of Japan who travelled to join Coventry Hiroshima Day 2017. This is an annual event to remember and reflect about the … Continue reading →
This is the Story of a Boy from Iran who became a Man in Coventry Text of a presentation given in St Michael’s House, Coventry Cathedral on 26 July by Professor Kamran Mofid. It was originally published here. “Father Forgive”: These … Continue reading →
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UNACov Ambassadors are volunteers with the United Nations Association Coventry Branch who go into schools, work places, societies and other places to talk about the issues upon which the United Nations is built: Peace and Security Justice and Human Rights … Continue reading →
For Immediate Release Issued by United Nations Association Coventry Branch 23 September 2016 Lord Mayor Welcomes United Nations Association to Coventry On International Day of Peace, 21 September 2016, the Lord Mayor of Coventry Councillor Lindlsey Harvard welcomed the formation of … Continue reading →
This website was created today, following a meeting last night of the Coventry Lord Mayor’s Committee for Peace and Reconciliation, at which there was a favourable response to its creation.