High levels of economic inequality are damaging the fabric of British society. Quakers across the country are involved in initiatives to support people experiencing poverty and are calling for greater political action to address the root causes of inequality.
Read more about our work on economic inequality.
Quakers have been working with other churches and Faiths to campaign against recent proposals which would further weaken our social security system.
Read more about our work defending the social security system.
Principles for a new economy
Quakers are exploring and articulating a vision of how the economy could be transformed so that it operates more in line with Quaker values. We are also taking practical action that could help to make that transformation a reality.
Read more about our work building a better economic system.
Our bank accounts, pension funds and investments make us all a part of the global financial system. We provide information and support to Quakers trying to manage financial resources in a way that is consistent with their beliefs.
Read more about our work promoting ethical finance.
Quakers across Europe and the United States are asking governments to say 'no' to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), a controversial trade agreement being negotiated between the European Union and the United States.
Read more about our work on trade.