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  Peace Campaigners Tuesday 21 January 2003  
Peace protesters at Greenham Common
This weekend saw anti-war demonstrations around the world, with ordinary people taking to the streets to voice their opposition to military action against Iraq.

So how successful has the peace movement been over the last fifty years and how have women helped to shape it?
Peace campaigner Angie Zelter, who regularly takes part in direct action, talks about her experiences at the sharp end with Rachel Schofield.
And Helen John, one of the founders of the women's camp at Greenham Common and Sasha Roseneil, Professor of Sociology at Leeds University, join Jenni discuss.

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