Tweaking the testimonies

Richard Seebohm has enjoyed delving into the QCEA archive

Quaker House in Brussels. | Photo: Via Wikimedia Commons.

Not long ago I spent a week in the cellars of Quaker House in Brussels. This was to take stock of the archive of the Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA), starting when it was set up in 1979. What I found myself focusing on was the first four years, when Pat and Brian Stapleton were the representatives in post.

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