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30 May 2018
Climate justice: a cause for cautious optimism?
by Maya Williams
A recent government announcement could signal a welcome shift in how Britain takes responsibility for its carbon emissions but that doesn't mean campaigners should ease the pressure, says Maya Williams.
21 May 2018
Stand with Quakers in France to stop the biggest arms fair of 2018
by Sam Walton
Sam Walton reflects on recent Quaker nonviolent resistance to the arms trade, as plans to disrupt the Eurosatory arms fair in Paris this June take shape.
17 May 2018
3 things that East African community peace campaigners can teach us
by Tobias Wellner
Peacebuilding needs diversity and courage writes Tobias Wellner.
16 May 2018
Revision of the book of discipline: what happens now?
by Paul Parker
A big decision was made by Quakers at Yearly Meeting 2018, one with far-reaching consequences. Paul Parker outlines what happens next and how you can get involved.
15 May 2018
Why we must talk about conscientious objection
by Marigold Bentley
On Conscientious Objectors' Day, Marigold Bentley reflects on the personal moral commitment of refusing to kill and the statement it makes to wider society.
10 May 2018
Buddhists, Quakers and Catholics unite in resistance against fracking
by Emily Dervišević
Emily Dervišević reflects on a visit to Lancashire, where Quakers are coordinating interfaith spiritual activism to protect the Earth's resources.
8 May 2018
Our faith, our work: a look back at 2017
by Paul Parker
With the launch of our latest annual review, we take the opportunity to celebrate a vibrant year of Quaker activity.
2 May 2018
Telling our stories: exploring the Quaker way
by Alistair Fuller
Quaker faith is rooted in personal and communal experience. Alistair Fuller reflects on the freedom and discipline involved in exploring the Quaker way.
27 April 2018
Making meetings simpler
by Helen Drewery
Helen Drewery describes how a new project will support growing Quaker efforts to make our meetings simpler to run.
23 April 2018
Think global, act local
by Jessica Metheringham
Changing the world starts with the local. Jessica Metheringham explores why we should care about local government and the upcoming English local elections.