• Wales for Peace

    How has Wales contributed to the search for peace?

    To particpate in the project  please join our mailing list


  • Model United Nations Conferences 2015

    on the theme of Human Rights

    in March

    For more information and to register >>>>

  • 2014 Wales School Debating Champions

    Jamie Brown and Chris Wright of

    Monmouth School


  • WCIA's 41st anniversary lecture

    Caught in the Crossfire:

    Humanitarian assistance in times of conflict 

    by Valerie Amos

    12 November 2014

    Full transcript here

  • The WCIA’s vision

    is that everyone in Wales contributes to creating a fair and peaceful world.

    Find out more.


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Wales for Peace 

In the 100 years since the First World War, how has Wales contributed to the search for peace? Our aim is to engage 100,000 people in discovering, sharing and learning from the peace heritage of Wales.

Discover more about the project
Model UN

Model United Nations 2015

CEWC's Model United Nations Conferences 2015 for 14 to 18 year old students on the theme of Human Rights will be held in March, with briefing sessions in February. 

For more information and to register >>>>

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WCIA Voices

Monmouth School winners

 Wales Schools Debating Champions

Congratulations to Jamie Brown and Chris Wright of Monmouth School on winning the 2014 Wales School Debating Championships.


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