Clive Barrett is Chair of the Board of the Peace Museum, Bradford, UK. A former visiting fellow in Peace Studies at Bradford University, with a background in peace movement campaigning, he writes on the history of western war-resistance. An Anglican priest, he works for ecumenism and Christian reconciliation.
Dr. Clive Barrett is Chair of the Board of the Peace Museum, Bradford, UK, with which he has been involved since it was founded. He is passionate about collecting and using artefacts of peace movement history to tell stories of past peacemakers, to inspire future peacemakers and to build community peace today. With Joyce Apsel, he edited Museums for Peace: Transforming Cultures for INMP in 2012. An Anglican priest, he is currently a visiting fellow in Theology and Religious Studies at Leeds University. With a background in peace movement campaigning, he writes on the history of western war-resistance, his most recent publication being Subversive Peacemakers: War Resistance 1914-1918. Clive has been associated with INMP since attending the first conference in 1992.
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