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'Heddwch' is the supporter magazine for CND Cymru, the Welsh Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, published roughly quarterly from 1991 to the present day. It started as ‘Campaign Wales’ from 1985, following CND Cymru’s establishment as an independent campaigning network from 1981.

CONTENTS

Page 1. COVER
- “IRAQ: OVER 30,000 DEAD” article by Jill Evans on the humanitarian situation and the state of the country.
- “WHY THE OCCUPATION OF IRAQ ISN’T ENDING” article on the US handing over sovereignty to the Iraqi Interim Government, featuring a picture of the Aberystywth All Wales Rally against the war.
- “FOUND! Weapons of mass destruction” poster by CND Cymru on the number of nuclear weapons in selected countries.
- “Weapons of Mass Destruction the Placards” display board.
- “Heddwch action // 26th June - 4th July THE OCCUPATION ISN’T ENDING” advertisement for a week of protests to expose the ‘bogus’ 30th June ‘power transfer’.

Page 2.
- “A new generation takes a stand against a new generation of British nuclear weapons” article condemning British government’s plans to develop new nuclear weapons, information on the developments at Aldermaston, as well as reports on a walk to the Atomic Weapons Establishment from London. Appeals for action under the “The Next Generation Campaign” box.
- “From trees to killing-machinery at Blackwood” article on the environmental consequences of developing infrastructure in the Welsh local county.

Page 3.
- “Around the country” section of news and advertisements of advocacy groups.
- “Cyflawnder a Heddwch Bro Emlyn for Peace” short piece on a group based in Newcastle Emlyn advocating opposition to the violence inflicted by the Iraq War.
- “Aberystwyth Peace and Justice Network”.
- “Wrescam Peace and Justice Forum”.
- “Mehdi of Machyntnlleth” article on a British Iraqi for taking violent direct action at an arms fair in London in September 2003.
- “Bangor & Ynys Môn Peace and Justice Group”.
- “Borders Peace and Justice Network”.
- “Honouring Welsh Peacemaker Henry Richard” short piece commemorating the former MP.
- “De Cymru Earth First!” short piece on activists of the Blackwood anti-road protests.
- “Recognising the right to refuse to kill” article on the International Conscientious Objectors' Day.
- “Women to Women for Peace” article inviting a group of eight women from Israel and Palestine to focus attention on their peace work in the Middle East and influence those in policy and decision-making.
- “WAR NO MORE” advertisement of an educational and campaigning video.
- “CONTACTS” for CND Cymru.

Page 4.
- “Diary Dates” events by sympathetic organisations working for peace and environmental and human justice in Wales.
- “Messy ending to Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Meeting” article on the failure of agreement on important decisions at a two-week international conference of the 189 signatories to the NPT.
- “The EU Constitution // Tony’s Referendum” information piece on the implications of the current draft Constitution of the European Union to those who care about ‘true peace and justice’.

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