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    Camden Woodcraft Folk

    Units 9/1083 Crampton StreetLondonSE17 3BF
    Co-operative children's organisation. Meets weekly in West Hampstead school halls and community centres for games, drama, discussions, folk dancing and singing. Organise camps and other outdoor activities. Emphasis is on peace, co-operation and education for social change.
    020 7703 4173

    Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament London Region

    (LRCND)
    Mordechai Vanunu House162 Holloway RoadLondonN7 8DQ
    London regional office for CND. Bi-monthly newsletter 'Peaceline' available by subscription. Hold bi-monthly public meetings in central London.
    020 7607 2302

    Payday

    (Formerly Payday Mens Network. Includes Refusing To Kill)
    25 Wolsey MewsLondonNW5 2DX
    Multiracial network of men working with the Global Women's Strike to demand payment for all caring work. Initiated the Refusing to Kill anti-war project.
    020 7209 4751 Fax: 020 7209 4761

    Peace Pledge Union

    Peace PassageLondonN7 0BT
    National campaigning organisation with many central London events. Current activities include projects on Children, War and Peace, Peace Education and Alternative Remembrance (White Poppies).
    020 7424 9444

    Quaker Peace and Social Witness Peace Education Project

    173-177, Euston RoadLondonNW1 2BJ
    Provides speakers for schools (for students) on issues/topics such as peace and war and advises on resources which deal with such topics.
    020 7663 1087 Fax: 020 7633 1049

    Red and Green Choir

    NW6 2BA
    Choir singing protest songs and songs promoting social justice. Sing at demonstrations and festivals.
    020 8969 0893
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