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Clive Barrett

Chair

The Peace Museum

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The Peace Museum

10 Piece Hall Yard

Bradford, West Yorkshire,BD1 1PJ

United Kingdom

Company Description

The Peace Museum is the only museum dedicated to peace in the UK. We aim to inform and inspire visitors by using our collections through both exhibitions and education and outreach work aimed at dealing with local, national and international issues of cohesion...more

Background Information

Employment History

Curator

Peace Museum gallery


Priest In Charge

Middleton St Cross, Leeds


Curate

Wakefield Cathedral


Affiliations

International Network of Museums for Peace

Board Member


West Yorkshire Ecumenical Council

County Ecumenical Development Officer and Executive Secretary


University of Bradford

Honorary Visiting Research Fellow In Peace Studies


Leeds Metropolitan University

Visiting Fellow, School of Applied Global Ethics


Gernika Peace Museum Foundation

ADVISORY BOARD Member


South Leeds Family Learning Centre

Member, Management Committee


Centre for Health

Trustee


Education

Maths degree and teaching certificate

Lincoln College


Ph.D.

University of Leeds


Web References(76 Total References)


Festival of Ideas 2015 | headingley deveopment trust

www.headingleydevelopmenttrust.org.uk [cached]

Clive Barrett, Chair of the Peace Museum, Bradford, gives an illustrated presentation on the conscientious objectors of the First World War, interspersed with examples of the music that inspired them.
Come and sing along to songs of courage and conscience. With help from the choir of St Michael's Church.


The organisation - International Network of Museums for Peace

www.museumsforpeace.org [cached]

Clive Barrett (The Peace Museum, GB)


International Network of Museums for Peace - International Network of Museums for Peace

www.inmp.net [cached]

War Resistance 1914-1918: An Angelican Perspective, by INMP board member Clive Barrett.
Author Clive Barrett demonstrates that the Church of England provided an unlikely setting for much of this war resistance. Clive Barrett masterfully narrates the story of the peace movement, bringing together stories of war-resistance until now lost, disregarded or undervalued. The people involved, as well as the dramatic events of the conflict themselves, are seen in a new light.


29 February & 1 March: Oh what a lovely war-resistance! A musical evening of historic opposition to war.

ncpo.org.uk [cached]

Clive Barrett, Chair of the Peace Museum, Bradford gives an illustrated presentation on the COs of the First World War with local stories interspersed with examples of the music that inspired them.


www.indcatholicnews.com

Clive Barrett, Chair of the Peace Museum in Bradford, gave an illustrated presentation on the conscientious objectors of the First World War, interspersed with examples of the music that inspired them.
Clive showed images of the graffiti in the cells of Richmond Castle where conscientious objectors were imprisoned, such as 'I was put in this cell for refusing to be made a soldier'. Christian graffiti included, 'Thou shalt not kill' and 'love one another as I have loved you'. He pointed out that the conscientious objectors felt deeply patriotic, stressing an infinity with the land and culture of their country, and a duty as good citizens to challenge war.


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