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'Heddwch' is the supporter magazine for CND Cymru, the Welsh Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, published roughly quarterly from 1985 (following CND Cymru’s establishment as an independent campaigning network from 1981), to the present day.


Page 1:
• Looking to the future - CND Chair Jill Evans on her hopes for a Wales Peace Institute.
• Obama = Hope? Will Obama stand up against the military industrial complex and end the occupation of Iraq?

Page 2:
• All Wales Peace Festival - The festival was a brilliant weekend, held at Bangor University in October.
• A Wild Welsh Autumn - CND Cymru kept working locally and nationally throughout autumn.

Page 3:
• Privatisation on Parade - A critical look at the plan to develop a military defence academy at St Athan.
• Welsh Mayors sign up to ban bombs - 40 British mayors have now signed Mayors for Peace.
• Secret Plan for New Trident Nuclear Warhead - A new government building programme at Aldermaston.

Page 4:
• International:
• Double Standards over Nuclear Fights - Flying nuclear materials over the US is against regulations, but flights continue over Britain.
• Top-down disarmament work in Europe - Parliamentary declaration supports the Nuclear Weapons Convention.
• Vanunu Update - Mordechai Vanunu’s sentence cut to 3 months.
• The ‘Sensitive Side’ of Bombing - NATO military exercise condemned by Cymdeithas y Cymod.

Page 5:
• Penyberth 1936-2008 - Flame of peace lit at Penyberth Memorial.
• Planting a Peace Forest in Powys - Annual tree planting in Powys on Hiroshima Day.
• The Big Blockade - Ray Davies reports from AWE Aldermaston.

Page 6:
• Reviews:
• More than just a sign of the times - ‘Peace - 50 years of protest 1958-2008’
• ‘Protest’ - an exhibition
• Keep change in your pocket - People Power and Protest since 1945: A Bibliography of Nonviolent Action
• Non-Violence Training Handbook for Wales

Page 7:
• David Jones: an extraordinary, ordinary man - Obituary of David Jones.
• Nuclear power: The Nuclear Crunch - The government rigs the polls in it’s second nuclear power consultation.

Page 8:
• Aberystwyth Choose White Poppies - White poppy wreath laid at Aberystwyth Castle.
• Obama on nuclear weapons
• Contacts
• Diary dates
• Heddwch and CND Cymru contacts

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