Some 200 plus cyclists, over 435 miles, over nine days joined together for a mass bike ride from Edinburgh to London to highlight the 547 children killed in the 2014 bombardment of Gaza.
The UK government gives diplomatic and military support to tyrants worldwide and places imperial agendas above democratic decisions.
A strong contingent of anti-war groups gathered in New York at the annual Left Forum conference.
Veterans for Peace UK are committed to wage war against war. Steve Bell from Stop the War attended their remarkable 2015 AGM.
Parliamentary candidates for the constituency of Richmond Park questioned on the 'war on terror', nuclear weapons and Palestine.
The Scrap Trident Coalition includes Scottish CND, Stop the War, Trident Ploughshares and a number of other organisations.
14 years after the start of the war on terror, there is more terrorism, more war and more Islamophobia. That counts as a failure. Time to end the wars and start the peace.
The National Union of Students National Executive Council, representing seven million students voted overwhelmingly to oppose the escalating US and UK military intervention in Iraq and Syria.
An evening of poetry, prose, music and humour at a peace event held by King's Lynn and Wisbech Stop the War.
A new campaign launches, calling for the release of Shaker Aamer, the last British resident in Guantánamo, and his return to his family in the UK.
At the height of the 2014 poppy mania, Manchester University debated whether to wear or not to wear the symbol of remembrance for all who died in Britain's wars over the past 100 years.
On 9 November 2014, Richmond Stop the War in West London organised its own march to commemorate Remembrance Sunday.
Demonstrators in London braved atrocious weather to voice a strong, concerted response against the airstrikes in Iraq and the extension of war into Syria.
We said it would be the UK's biggest demonstration for Gaza ever and it was. On Saturday 9 August, 150,000 marched from BBC Broadcasting House to Hyde Park, passing the US Embassy on the way.
Over 60,000 marched in London for the second time in seven days, as towns and cities across the UK and worldwide demonstrated for Gaza.
Many thanks to all members and supporters of Stop the War Coalition for their commitment and contribution in 2013 to our campaigns opposing the war policies of the UK government.