Set up before the Invasion of Iraq in 2003, BEPJ campaigns on Peace and Justice issues in the Newcastle Emlyn area of West Wales, UK. Our slogan is 'Organise, Inform, Educate and Agitate'

"Where progress has been made, wherever any kind of injustice has been overturned, it's been because people acted as citizens, and not as politicians. They didn't just moan. They worked, they acted, they organized, they rioted if necessary."
Howard Zinn 1922-2010


PICAT (Public Interest Campaign against Trident) in Wales

I’d like to use to launch the West Wales element of the PICAT campaign in the very near future. Here’s how..

A tribute to Mike Godsell

Mike’s long-time friend Jeremy Broun posted this video after the funeral.

Watchkeeper – how Parc Aberporth played its part in a £1 billion waste of money

The full story of Watchkeeper has been told over the last few months by the “Bureau of Investigative Journalism”

Alternative Summit Cardiff Report

An international panel addressed an audience of several hundred. Speakers from USA Russia Germany France England Wales and Ireland.

NATO Summit Wales Action

Here are the activities taking place in 30th Aug – 5th September 2014 in response to the NATO Summit being held in Newport, Wales

Long March on Newport

In September 2014 (4th and 5th) NATO will bring its summit to Wales. Please help to express your opposition.

Holiday in West Wales - We'll keep an eye on you

Say NO to the Military Drone Test Zone over West Wales

Hiroshima Day 2014

Pembrokeshire Peace Group Remember Hiroshima at a Candleboat Celebration on Wednesday August 6th

Radio for Activists

Radio Activist is a new online radio station set up as a result of a conversation about the Facebook group Tony Benn Encouraged Me

Drape the Drones

Help create a giant rainbow peace scarf at Aberporth.

Porthmadog Speech – Harry Rogers

Delivered at a public meeting on 15th November 2013 concerning the introduction of military drone testing at Llanbedr Airfield near Harlech

Drone Campaign Network’s Week of Action benefit concert Cardigan Sun 6th October

Performances from Scene Red, Bob Fish, stand up comedian Ben Jenkins, poet Bill Vester

This could be me – refugees through children’s eyes – exhibition

Artwork by local children from local primary schools who have been working with members of Cardigan and North Pembrokeshire Amnesty International Group