Peace News | 03.02.2005 11:47 | Anti-militarism
After five years of publishing a quarterly magazine with a distinct international focus, Peace News returns to its roots with a monthly tabloid, focusing on issues vital to the broad British peace and anti-war movements.
February 2005 issue
**The obligatory quote(s)**
Speaking prior to the launch, PN editor Ippy D said:
- "Peace News is returning to its rightful place - at the heart of the British peace movement. And we will be working hard over the coming year to engage with the broad peace and anti-war movements and the wider community.”
- “Peace News will appeal to people already involved in the peace movement and those people who are attracted by nonviolent alternatives and who are keen to hear more.”
- “As a quality independent media outlet, Peace News will play its role in supporting, educating, advocating and agitating to bring about positive change."
Highlights of the February 2005 issue include:
- Frontpage news story highlighting the start of on-site work to develop Britain's nuclear weapons factory, and the response of anti-nuclear activists and campaigners;
- Comment and analysis pieces on the paradoxes of the "Save the Scottish Regiments" campaign, the prognosis for "self-assembly" and the Northern Ireland peace process and a look at disability discrimination and the hypocrisy of the courts system;
- Love your enemy ... everyone can change. Working on the good nonviolence principle that "everyone can change”, a new "love your enemy" column - in which those ripe for redemption get their sins exposed - profiles new boy on the block Home Secretary Charles Clarke
The issue also contains a vibrant mix of topical news, features, reviews, letters and events listings
In conjunction with the launch of the tabloid, a new series of web features and a websubscription system also go live on 1 February at PeaceNews online. As well as existing news, events and resources sections, a private area containing additional features and reviews will be available to all subscribers and also as a standalone “websubscription”. All subscribers will also receive additional discounts in the PeaceNews online webshop and have access to private unmoderated discussion fora.
1. Peace News began publishing in June 1936
2. The Peace News title is owned by Peace News Ltd, a not-for-profit company
3. The new tabloid Peace News will be published 10x pa, typically with 12 full-colour pages on improved newsprint. Tabloid subscriptions start at £10 pa.
4. Please ask for a sample copy (email firstname.lastname@example.org, or write to the address below)
5. Peace News Ltd also publish "PeaceNews online" at http://www.peacenews.info.
6. Please contact Ippy for further information, interviews, etc. tel 020 7278 3344; email@example.com
7. Subscribe or buy bulk copies online at: http://www.peacenews.info/webshop/