Fight for your rights
Explore the evolution of anti-war protests from World War I to the present day in PeoplePower:FightingforPeace at the Imperial War Museum (from 23 Mar; p. 33). This major exhibition reveals stories of passionate individuals spanning 100 years, with fascinating insights into the struggles they endured for the anti-war cause. Featuring a mix of artworks, banners, posters, audio and film, this powerful presentation traces how the peace movement has changed and developed over the past century. While you’re there, visit the display EdmundClark:WarofTerror (to 28 Aug) – a thought-provoking exhibition about the hidden experiences of state control during the ongoing ‘Global War on Terror’.