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It was as a result of legal proceedings brought by the women that it was finally established that the military had no right to be on the land, as it belonged to the people.
The Newsroom Guardian timeline Observer timeline. Sarah described her experiences abroad and at Greenham in articles in the magazine Women For Life on Earth and in her own Rainbow Bus newsletter. The guerrillas are handing weapons over to the UN, catalovue they are in fear. Mark Engler reflects on how one man’s protest made waves around the US. In a world that seems to get more violent with each passing decade, ggeenham struggle for peace goes on. Victory for anti-airport movement.
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He was a friend for many years. Rebecca Johnson, the director of the Acronym Institute for disarmament diplomacyand Sasha Roseneil, a professor of sociology and gender studies at Leeds University, who were both Greenham women; Claire Short, the Labour MP; Julian Lewis, the Conservative’s shadow defence minister; Paul Rogers, professor of peace studies at Bradford University; and David Fairhall, former Guardian defence correspondent.
Sarah arrived at Greenham with local group Totnes Women for Peace. It is open, participatory and public, writes Jamie Kelsey-Fry. Meena Kandasamy looks at how caste and class Get our free fortnightly enews.
Hipperson sees the handing over of the peace garden as her final act, completing the Greenham cycle. The feminist pioneer talks to Graeme Green about travel, change and the road ahead. Sarah Hipperson and the women of Greenham played their part in moving that struggle greenhamm little further forward.
Monday catalogye Friday 10am to 5pm Saturday 12pm to 4pm Free admission. You can find him on Twitter and at paulfdonovan. Sarah Hipperson, 87, recalls that the land had effectively been occupied by the military for many years, before the women peace protesters arrived in the s.
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A mining firm is suing Romania over an environmentalist decision. You can take action at a practical and technological level — and a political one. The people, the mine and the World Bank. Greneham duty to care for our common home. A word with Gloria Steinem. A stand-off ensued before he finally drove off. The French government has abandoned plans to build a controversial airport — but is still evicting the ZAD protesters.
Courage can change the world. Gina Lopez fights Philippine mining. Lydia Noon talks to the Saudi women’s rights activist about guardianship, Twitter hashtags, and suing the government.
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Six ways to be a better ally. Support the website with a monthly donation. The Stansted 15 have exposed the hypocrisy of Britain, Ann Pettifor argues. The ambassador of joy.
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Environmental defenders are dying, but winning important fights, writes Fran Lambrick. The Battle for ZAD: A new climate deal is expected to be agreed upon soon by the International Civil Aviation Organization, is a cop-out, writes Moving to Greenham Common in proved to be a liberating experience. The Greenham Common airbase is now long gone, but Sarah and some of the women established a garden there in to mark the action.
Life catalogus this time involved being a member of the local justice and catxlogue group at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, as well as sitting on the bench as a Justice of the Peace.
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