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Published on Sep 28, 2014
TALKWORKS⚤3 ― 2018 ⚤ VOICES THAT MUST BE HEARD ⚤ CONVERSATIONS THAT MUST BE HAD IN 2018 BRUCE KENT INTERVIEW, JUNE 2014 (PART3/4) BRUCE KENT is Britian's most prominent nuclear disarmament campaigner. A former Catholic priest, he is Vice-President of the British Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) and of Pax Christi and founder of the Movement for the Abolition of War (MAW). In the face of consistent political opposition he has been campaigning for the abolition of nuclear weapons and arguing for a culture of peace since the 1950s. He has been described by a right-wing commentator as 'a pillar of our great national tradition of political radicalism' and 'the most principled and consistent figure in British public life'.
About— TALKWORKS ⚤ 3 ― 2018 PERSONAL FILMED INTERVIEWS WITH LEADING VISIONARY THINKERS, SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS FROM DIVERSE FIELDS WHO ARE THROWING LIGHT ON THE DEEPER ROOTS AND MEANING OF THE MULTIFACETED CRISIS CONFRONTING HUMANKIND AT THE START OF THE 21ST CENTURY— AND POINTING TO A RADICALLY NEW WAY OF LOOKING AT THE WORLD AND AT OURSELVES WHICH OFFERS NEW HOPE FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF VIOLENT CONFLICT AND DIVISION INTO A DEEP AND SUSTAINABLE CULTURE OF PEACE.