A Quaker has been imprisoned for breaking an injunction at the Kingsbury Oil Terminal as part of the Just Stop Oil (JSO) protests.
Quakers gathered in witness this week to stand in solidarity with those living with the worst impacts of climate change. With vigils and outreach across the country, Friends in Lancaster, Cardiff, Manchester, Totnes, and Beccles gathered to support Loss and Damage Day on 22 September, calling on wealthy countries and fossil...
Quakers have joined other faith groups in calling for compassion and justice in the wake of the Metropolitan Police-related fatal shooting of Chris Kaba this month.
A group of US Friends has issued an ‘urgent call to action’ about what it sees as the undermining of Quaker testimonies in wider society.
Quakers are continuing to urge the government to drop its plans to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda.
Friends are celebrating Quaker Week this year with the theme of ‘Share your light’. With a particular focus on welcoming families, Quakers up and down the country are holding outreach activities for the week beginning 24 September, including a ‘Picnic for Peace’ in Henley and a talk on ‘Quakers: More than...
More than sixty Friends issued a rousing call to action to ‘open ourselves to this pregnant sense of the present’ after attending a three-day gathering aimed at tackling the climate crisis.
Quakers are honouring the 250th anniversary of John Woolman’s death with silent witness in the City of London.
Action must be taken to reverse ‘the decline in standards in public life’ if parliament and our democracy are not to be undermined, Quaker Ruth Cadbury told other MPs at a Westminster Hall debate on 7 September.
Huddersfield Quakers joined local protests across Britain this month in a rally against forced asylum deportations to Rwanda.