Directory of services: Social justice
Crime, Community & Justice Programme
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Quakers work to promote inclusive values in society – values that support diversity and enable all people to fulfil their potential. We are committed to social justice, the reduction of prejudice and the equal treatment of all people, and seek to reform unjust systems.
Working with and on behalf of Quakers across Britain, Britain Yearly Meeting initiate and support campaigns for social justice and provide information, briefings and networking opportunities to inspire further discussion and action.
You can download a PDF of the 'Directory of services: Social justice'. This is a copy of this section as printed in May 2016 and so may be out of date. The web pages are kept up to date on an ongoing basis and the printed copies are updated every two years.
- Actions and resources (PDF)
- Experiencing Quakers (PDF)
- Help for families and friends of someone in prison (PDF)
- Why prison? (PDF)
- Promoting an inclusive society: a practical toolkit (PDF)
- The Quaker Housing Trust (external link)