Partners and Funders Partners The Peace Museum has worked with, and continues to work with various organisations as part of partnerships and projects. These are vital in promoting the work of The Peace Museum and maintaining relationships with other organisations within the Bradford community and further afield, who are all working toward similar objectives. Here are some of the highlights of our partnerships; Impressions Gallery The Peace Museum has continued links with the Impressions Gallery in Bradford. In 2017 the museum was involved in a Heritage Lottery Funded Young Roots project. Working with the Impressions Gallery New Focus group which is specifically for young people aged 16-24, The Peace Museum ran a workshop on accessing our collection and the New Focus group produced a First World War resource, ‘No Man’s Land’ which focused on women’s photography during the war and featured items from The Peace Museum’s collection. New Focus then helped co-curate The Peace Museum's exhibition A Flawed Peace? in 2018. Yorkshire CND 2018 marked the 60th anniversary of the formation of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. To commemorate this, the museum opened a temporary exhibition entitled ’60 Years of CND’, which through objects in the collection, created a timeline of CND history. To mark the day the campaign was launched, on February 17th, the museum partnered with Yorkshire CND in a commemoration event, with the museum hosting a ‘Bring Your Own Museum’ activity, where local people could bring along their objects relating to CND history. In early 2020, objects from the museum's collection went on loan to Yorkshire CND to exhibit in Hebden Bridge and Halifax. Our collection covers the history of CND and we continue to collect objects relating to their current activities. The Brick Box The Brick Box is an arts company based in Bradford and we have worked together on various projects since 2016. In October and November 2016, the museum exhibited objects as part of the Wild Woods events which transformed the old Marks and Spencer building in Bradford City Centre into an immersive and exciting indoor art space. They hosted us in a temporary space in 2018 to mark our 20th anniversary, and we often use The Brick Box Bar and arts venue on Ivegate to host events related to our exhibitions and programmes. Funders The Peace Museum has received generous support from the following: Arts Council England ArtFund Museum Development Yorkshire Give Peace a Chance Trust The Ganton Education Trust Bryan Lancaster Fund The Scurrah Wainwright Charity W F Southall Trust Anglican Pacifist Fellowship P and W Webster Trust Francis Camfield Trust Joyce Green Association The Brelms Trust The Daiwa Foundation Links and information of other organisations working for peace. Please note the Peace Museum UK has no control over the content of these sites and their inclusion here does not imply endorsement. International Network of Museums for Peace (INMP) An international network of non-profit educational institutions that promote a culture of peace through interpreting, collecting and displaying peace-related material. INMP also includes peace-related sites, centres, and institutions which are involved in peace education through exhibitions, documentation and other related activities. The Peace Museum is a member of INMP. Anne Frank House (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) Housed in the former hiding place where Anne Frank wrote her diary, the museum tells the history of the eight people in hiding and those who helped them during the war; other museum exhibitions examine wider themes of discrimination, tolerance, justice and human rights. Caen Memorial (Normandy, France) Caen Memorial is one of the first European memorial sites. The museum consists of three main spaces: ‘International tensions and the Second World War’, ‘the Cold War’, and ‘Peace’. Cambodia Landmine Museum (Angkor, Cambodia) Founded in 1997, the museum tells the story of the landmines, their effect and the heroic efforts to get landmines removed. The museum is also a home that provides education and support for those affected by landmines. Children’s Museum for Peace and Human Rights (Karachi, Pakistan) Founded in 2001, the museum developed from the Human Rights Education Programme (HREP) which has been working in Pakistan since 1995. Dayton International Peace Museum (Dayton, Ohio USA) Founded in 2004, the museum aims to contribute to a local, national and international culture of peace through exhibits, activities and events that focus on nonviolent choices. Gernika Peace Museum (Gernika, Spain) Founded in 1998, The Gernika Peace Museum tells the history of the area, Gernika-Lumo . The mission of the Gernika Peace Museum Foundation is to preserve, display, publicise, conduct research and educate visitors in the basic ideas of the culture of peace, and the past and present relation of this culture to the history of Gernika-Lumo. Peace Partners Aims to create positive change by supporting The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF), sharing its vision of peace and building partnerships with organisations involved in similar purpose. Wales for Peace is a Welsh Centre for International Affairs project that aims to support communities across Wales to tell the story of how Wales has contributed to peace in the 100 years since the First World War. This includes working with young people in and out of school so they can uncover and share hidden histories, develop critical thinking and communication skills and reflect on how to work towards a peaceful Wales and the world in the future.