Camps and criminals

van der Zee, Bibi
August 2009
New Statesman;8/3/2009, Vol. 138 Issue 4960, p18
In this article the author describes the Peace News Summer Camp held in Oxfordshire, England, in 2009. The event was a meeting of British peace activists. A number of topics are addressed in the article including the discussions of protest demonstration tactics, the impact o the Iraq War on the British peace movement and aspects of the environmental protest movement.


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