Below is a list of all the people who made this project possible.
Arming All Sides volunteers discuss their research interests at the first project meeting /

Research and writing by:
Joshua Adams, Rowanna Cadman Bell, Elizabeth Colliety, Pauline Donald, Laura Forster, Amy Louise Hayward, Hannah Hills, Frank Jackson, Julia Johnson, Hannah Mackaness, Caroline Prosser, Beth Smith, Sue Smith, Holly Knight Spencer, Erica Statham, Sue Sutherley, Michelle Thomasson, Jane Tooby, Helen Toomey, Eva Turner, Martina Weitsch, Patricia Wheeler, Richard Wythes

Research, editorial and writing by:
Laura Mitchison & Rosa Vilbr, On the Record

Present day text by:
Campaign Against Arms Trade

Peace Ballot 2014 devised and conducted by:
Morgan Mitchel, Meena Majid, Edite Joyce Chaves, Farzeen Taswar, Ahmed Sharif, Ahmed Abdullahi, Robyn Edwards

Special thanks to:
Martin Spafford and George Mitchell School

2014 Peace Ballot film:
Created by: RANRED FILMS
Produced and Directed by: Belinda Harman
Edited by: Daniel Spencer
Assistant Editor: Thomas Harman

Timeline and editorial assistance:
Tom Kelsey

Website by: Hey Monkey Riot

With thanks to the following archives and organisations for the kind use of images and facilities:
Archives & Special Collections at the University of Bangor, Imperial War Museum, London School of Economics, National Portrait Gallery, Northern Friends Peace Board, Religious Society of Friends in Britain, Peace Pledge Union Archives, Socialist Party of Great Britain, Trade Union Congress Library, West Glamorgan Archive Service, Working Class Movement Library, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Swarthmore College Peace Collection, University of Glasgow Special Collections, University of Strathclyde Special Collections, Glasgow City Archives, The Mitchell Library, Leicester Records Office, Bishopsgate Institute, the Women’s Library Glasgow, Vickers Archive Cambridge, Warwick Modern Records Centre, Cheltenham Local & Family History Library, Gloucestershire Archives, Birmingham Archive, Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery, British Library, Collection IAV – Atria Institute of Gender Equality and Women’s History, National Museum Wales. Special thanks to the George Harrison Barrow and the Barrow Family.

Every effort has been made to locate copyright owners and properly attribute images. Please contact On the Record with any enquiries.