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Celebrate International Women’s Day with a festival of short films made by local women

Hastings Women of Film and TV – Making Moving Images is Hastings first ever short film festival showcasing ten local female filmmakers. The screening is on International Women’s Day – Sunday 8 March – at the Kino-Teatr. Erica Smith rifles through the programme.

Posted 08:37 Monday, Mar 2, 2020 In: Film Tags: Aisling O’Connor Amy Walker Bindu Stoppani Calypso Cragg Cheryl White Claudia Kappenberg Dad's Coffin film makers FindingCamille Jody Sabral John Lynes Jump Kate Grey Lady What Does Lisa Harmer Media Parents Sara Jordan When Sky Was Sea

Hastings Quakers to challenge world’s biggest arms fair

Hastings Quakers will be taking part in a week of action next week to oppose the Defence and Security Equipment International arms fair which is due to take place on 10-13 September in London. Here they explain what they will be doing and why.

Posted 16:21 Wednesday, Aug 28, 2019 In: Campaigns Tags: Defence and Security Equipment John Lynes No Faith in War Quakers Sadiq Khan

Nonviolence: a style of politics for peace

Hastings Against War will be hosting a talk from Henrietta Cullinan, a London Catholic Worker, who’s recently back from Afghanistan and will speak about her experiences and Pope Francis’s teachings on peace and non-violence. Rona Drennan writes.

Posted 15:34 Tuesday, Oct 24, 2017 In: Politics Tags: A Politics for Peace Henrietta Cullinan John Lynes London Catholic Worker Maya Evans Non-violence Pope Francis Rona Drennan The teachings of Pope Francis 2017

Fly Kites Not Drones 2017

The other day on the East Hill, a drone flew over the trees above my head. The first I have seen. It was on a mission to somewhere. I didn’t like it… I value my Drone Empty sky and regularly express my gratitude for it, aware that in other countries, people have threatening drones in their lives. And if them, why not us – the technology isn’t the monopoly of certain people in certain lands. Here, John Enefer writes about participating in Fly Kites Not Drones.

No faith In Trident

St Leonards-on-Sea resident, John Lynes, along with his fellow No Faith In Trident campaigners, Hannah Brock, Gillian Lawrence, Sam Donaldson and Ellis Brooks, are charged with ‘aggravated trespass’ at the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) at Burghfield where nuclear warheads are assembled. Others would label their action as ‘a non-violent protest against an illegal and immoral weapon of mass destruction’. Their trial takes place this week at Reading Magistrates’ Court. HOT’s Zelly Restorick reports.

Posted 18:39 Sunday, Dec 11, 2016 In: Campaigns Tags: Atomic Weapons Establishment Burghfield Ellis Brooks Gillian Lawrence Hannah Brock John Lynes Month of Actions Opposing the Renewal of Trident Quakers Quakers Against Arms Trade Reading Magistrates Court Sam Donaldson Trident Plough Shares
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