Quaker Peace & Social Witness Central Committee (QPSWCC) forms part of the centrally-managed work of Quakers in Britain. It promotes and undertakes action for peace and social justice in line with our testimonies, mainly by overseeing the work of Quaker Peace & Social Witness (QPSW).


An introduction to Quaker Peace & Social Witness

This PDF booklet gives a short overview of the different areas of work that QPSW Central Committee oversees.

QPSWCC is responsible for strategic decisions and discerning which of Friends' many concerns should be worked on by QPSW. The committee is made up of 15 Friends appointed from across Britain giving their time on a voluntary basis. It appoints subcommittees of Friends to oversee specific programmes of work at a more detailed level.

Quaker Peace & Social Witness

Quaker Peace & Social Witness (QPSW) helps Quakers in Britain to live out their faith in the world. It is based in Friends House in London. QPSW works at a national level on behalf of Quakers, such as running peacebuilding projects overseas, campaigning on behalf of Quakers, and providing resources to enable local Quakers to take action. The staff of QPSW are based in Friends House in London.

Contact us

Oliver Robertson
General Secretary: Quaker Peace & Social Witness
020 7663 1069