This page includes a selection of articles written by camp women and an archive of "Aldermaston Update", AWPC's pre-web newsletter.
On 24 April 2008, the Human Rights Joint Committee issued a call for evidence relating to the right to protest, and in particular:
Almost a year ago, parliament voted to replace Trident … or did they?
Evidence submitted by AWPC to the House of Commons Defence Committee inquiry into the Government's White Paper on the future of the UK's nuclear "deterrent".
In advance of the parliamentary vote on the replacement of Trident, the House of Commons Defence Committee initiated a series of inquiries into the future of the UK's "strategic deterrent".
If Britain takes seriously its "unequivocal undertaking...
In the days before the web AWPC produced and published Aldermaston Update, our sporadic newsletter.
An archive of old issues is gradually being added here.
The nuclear industry has always been intrinsically bound up with state militarism and in the globalised marketplace.
It depends how we feel at the time…is an article from the archives of Peace News by two AWPC women.
Every week, it seems, another can of worms opens, both nationally and internationally.
You're down at your local military base, ready for a spot of disobedience, but there's always a fence in your way.