Cymdeithas y Cymod, the Fellowship of Reconciliation in Wales is part of an international, spiritually-based movement composed of people who, from the basis of a belief in the power of love and truth to create justice and restore community, commit themselves to active non-violence as a way of life and as a means of transformation – personal, social, economic and political. To find out more about the International Fellowship of Reconciliation click here.
Our members in Wales take part in a range of activities which support our general aim of working towards a just peace. We often work in partnership with other organisations on joint projects, such as producing training resources on non-violence. We undertake positive actions for non-violent resolution of conflict. We also testify against the arms trade and recently against the war in Iraq. We hold services of repentance at military training areas in Wales such as on Epynt mountain. On August 6th every year we remember Hiroshima Day with a service and discussion on the National Eisteddfod field.
Cymdeithas y Cymod works through the medium of Welsh internally, but we do try and provide the most important information about our activities in English and in other languages. Some of our educational and campaigning resources are available in English as well.
Our constitution is available here.
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