6 August - This is the day when we all should remember those who were injured or killed when the United States of America dropped the first atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan in 1945.
14 September - In 1999 the United Nations declared that this would be International Peace Day as part of the Decade for the Culture of Peace. In May 2000 the Trades Council held a rally to promote the UN’s message.
24 October - An important day in the peace calendar, United Nations Day.
11 November - Remembrance Day and the time to wear your white poppy which is obtainable from the Peace Pledge Union, 41b Brecknock Road, London N7 OBT.
1 December - International Prisoners for Peace Day. Use the opportunity to send greetings cards to conscientious objectors to military service who have been sent to prison for their principles.
For other dates of interest you might like to look out How Some of the Special Days of our Movement were Established.