Our Vision ...

The Peace Party seeks to promote a society that is compassionate and respectful, and that values cooperation over competition.

A compassionate society

A compassionate society is generous towards its weaker and more needy members. It seeks to ameliorate their condition and to provide both material and moral support.

A respectful society

A society whose members respect one another feels less threatened by differences in religion, lifestyle, and politics, and is more able to 'live and let live.' Nor will a society that has respect for others be willing to go to war.

Co-operation is better than competition

Competition would play a smaller part in a society whose members were aware and supportive of the needs and aspirations of others.

Frequently asked questions

Interested?

Contact us for more information. For contact details please click here.

Peace Party Journal Issue 1

You can now view Issue 1 of Peace, the Peace Party Journal, just by clicking the following links. If you would prefer a 'hard' (paper) copy you can either print it on your own printer, or send £5.00 for a pre-printed copy (of higher quality) to The Peace Party Journal (Issue 1), 39 Sheepfold Road, Guildford GU2 9TT. (Only available in the UK).

Click here to view the cover

Click here for the main pages


... for a better world

The world as we know it is far from ideal. Of course we realise nothing can ever be perfect, but there is no reason not to try to improve things as much as we can. Here are some of the characteristics of the kind of world we would like to live in...

1. Conflict would always be resolved by non-violent means: killing each other is no way to settle differences, and war is always wrong.


2. Everyone would be involved in making the decisions that affect their lives.

There would be appropriate health care and freedom of choice for all.

3. There would be safe and peaceful homes for everyone.

4. People would be able to live in harmony with one another and their natural and man-made surroundings.

5. Everyone would have access to justice.

6. Everyone would have freedom and opportunity to learn and to study, helping empower themselves and their communities.

7. Everyone would have meaningful work and an assured income without exploitation or oppression.

8. Everyone would have leisure time and easy access to facilities for creativity and recreation.


Support The Peace Party - make a donation or join us now

Cheques should be made payable to The Peace Party. Please address to:

The Treasurer
The Peace Party
Middle House
Combpyne, AXMINSTER
United Kingdom EX13 8SX

OR

Transfer cash direct from your bank to ours, The Co-operative Bank, Sort Code: 08-92-99, Account # 65063804.

Send an e-mail to the Treasurer giving details:

membership@peaceparty.org.uk


Comment, October 2014

See the new piece by Rachel Thomas on "Why it's time we all finally begin to believe in Peace - besides the fact we need to unite together towards it more than ever."

Vote for Peace!

Elections for Bradford City Council, 22nd May, 2014


Cllr Imdad Hussain
defended the Heaton Ward seat for The Peace Party. He obtained 985 votes (20.2% of those cast), coming second to Labour and ahead of four other candidates. Turnout 44.8%

Elections for London Borough of Tower Hamlets Council, 22nd May, 2014

কাউন্সিলর ইলেক্‌শন২২শে মে ২০১৪টাওয়ারহ্যামলেট্‌স-
সেইন্টডাস্টান্সওয়ার্ড
Abdul Munim Choudhury
stood for the Peace Party in St. Dunstan's Ward. He polled 254 votes (2.99% of those cast) coming ahead of one conservative and a lib dem candidate. 1 Labour and 1 Tower Hamlets First candidates were elected. 55.8% turnout.

European Parliamentary Elections 22nd May, 2014


In the South-East England Region, the Peace Party was the only one of three that saw an increase in its vote over the 2009 election. The Peace Party obtained 10,310 votes (0.43% of all those cast and thus lost its deposit). However, it did poll more than five of the other 14 parties. The turnout was abyssmal at 35.4%. (Thus, one could be cynical and say that the only "winners" in this election were those who chose not to vote. The party with the most seats only attracted about 12% of the total electorate. Hardly "winners"!)

A summary of the results and full analysis is on the Southampton Council website.

The Manifesto for the election may be viewed on the 'Elections' Page - go to Manifesto.


Proportional Voting System

Elections for the European Parliament are conducted on a proportional basis.


By voting for any of of the traditional parties you are, whether you want to or not, endorsing our country's militarism, and our interventions in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and Mali. We don't think this is right! We think you should be able to tell the Government that there is a better way.

Help us to to bring our vision of a better and more peaceful world closer, by voting for the Peace Party at future elections.

If you would like to know more about the Peace Party and its policies, or even to get involved, why not send us an email or call us for a chat?






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