to the website of the Bradford: City for
a peace library, a peace studies department and a peace
museum, to campaign groups, local projects and community development
work, we recognise the overwhelming number of peaceful initiatives
taking place throughout the Bradford District. We work to encourage
that and to develop new projects, such as a peace garden,
a peace trail and a peace forum.
was declared a 'City of Peace'
by resolution of the Council on 13 Oct 1997. We continue to work to
make this real, widely appreciated and acted out.
Statement: "to coordinate, support
and develop Bradford as a city for peace which celebrates and promotes
on the links to find out more about the initiative and the projects, and
about how you can get involved in making Bradford a City
City for Peace
is a network of Bradford people who work for peace at the grassroots
level. This can mean many different things - from campaigning for
disarmament, to combating racism, to challenging environmental abuse
the group understanding of peaceful relationships is that they promote
peace through justice, equality and respect.
City for Peace held a day conference in February 2003,
at which a steering group was set up. The group is now constituted
as a voluntary organisation with a wide network of contacts. Members
work with others on peace and justice projects that are self-financing.
you want to take part in events, to tell us about the peace work you
already do (paid or voluntary), or to suggest other ways that
the Bradford: City for Peace
network can promote and celebrate peace in Bradford then contact us
- please click
Peace Trail Booklet is available at the Tourist Information Centre
(Centenary Square), Kirkgate Market, Bradford Central Library and
initial production of this Bradford: City for
Peace website and the printed version of the Bradford
Peace Trail booklet were funded by City of Bradford Metropolitan
Council with grants from the Community Funding Unit (Innovation Grant),
Culture, Tourism and Sport, and City Centre Management. Bradford:
City for Peace is appreciative of the support that has been given
to the project.
The replacement images are acknowledged on the relevant Trail Sites
- please click here for details