A place for insight, analysis and action.
9 September 2021
Witnessing against the arms trade at DSEI
by Quaker Roots
Every two years one of the world's largest arms fairs comes to London. Ann Bettys from Quaker Roots outlines the Quaker action taking place against it.
24 June 2021
Rebuilding society through peacemaking and disarmament
by Daniel Jakopovich
Daniel Jakopovich discusses the urgent need to rethink militarist priorities in order to build back better after the pandemic.
10 June 2021
6 actions you can take for Palestine and Israel
by EAPPI UK & Ireland
The Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel suggest some simple actions to take in solidarity with people in Palestine and Israel and to help ensure a lasting peace.
22 April 2021
What's wrong with the Armed Forces Bill?
by Ellis Brooks
Ellis Brooks outlines the key Quaker concerns about the Armed Forces Bill, including under-18 recruitment and Armed Forces Covenants.
8 March 2021
Why the nuclear debate must uplift women’s voices
by Joe Jukes
Joe Jukes from CND Peace Education discusses women's involvement and explores why justice is central to the nuclear debate.
4 March 2021
Fragments of truth: putting a spotlight on arms sales to Yemen
by Rowena Loverance
Rowena Loverance shares why the organisations Mwatana and CAAT have been nominated for a Nobel peace prize by Quakers for their campaigning work on the civil war in Yemen.
23 February 2021
How young people are making change happen in Rwanda
by Daniel Nteziyaremye
Young people in Rwanda are tackling the issues that matter to them with the help of Quaker-backed peace programme Turning the Tide.
18 December 2020
The nuclear ban treaty: why international law matters
by Marigold Bentley
Marigold Bentley explains why international law is a vital part of the toolkit for creating a better world.
17 December 2020
Post-pandemic peace in the classroom
by Isabel Cartwright
Isabel Cartwright outlines how keeping peace on the curriculum means we can build back better in our schools.
8 October 2020
9 voices the Department for Education would ban from schools
by Ellis Brooks
Ellis Brooks questions new guidance for English schools that silences discussion of capitalism and breaking unjust laws.