Friends are being urged to write to MPs and sign a petition to save the Inter Faith Network (IFN) from closure.
The Quaker Socialist Society (QSS) discussed how state schools and Quaker private schools can promote ‘life-long Quaker values’ last month.
Britain Yearly Meeting (BYM)’s peace education team piloted a three-day sustainable model for peer mediation training last month.
Polls suggest that the European electorate is increasingly concerned with climate change, poverty, and public health, Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA) has said.
Quakers were involved in a ‘Trees of Peace’ installation on display in Coventry Council House last month; it will be touring Coventry libraries for the rest of 2024. The installation features more than 1,000 multi-coloured origami cranes handcrafted by school pupils in Hiroshima and a local school in Coventry. The project was...
Following the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling that ‘there is a plausible risk Israel is committing genocide against Palestinians in Gaza’, Britain Yearly Meeting (BYM) has said that the UK government must take urgent action.
A series of tapestries created by a Danish Friend need a new Quaker home. John Lampen, from the Quaker Arts Network (QAN), told the Friend that: ‘Many Friends will remember a series of remarkable tapestries in the corridors at Woodbrooke, woven, and in most cases designed, by Elisabeth Holmgaard. She...
Quakers marked Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) last month, attending local and national events. With the theme of this year’s HMD being ‘the fragility of freedom’, Oliver Robertson said on the Quakers in Britain website: ‘The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust reminds us that HMD is not only about remembrance, but...
Sutton Coldfield Meeting House has been cited as an example of best practice in making faith buildings more sustainable.
Quakers came together last weekend for the first joint blended Meeting of the London Area Meetings (AMs).