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.
1 September 2021
Spiritual support for climate action
by Tracey Martin
Do you sometimes feel spiritually lost, burn out or doubt that you are making a difference? Tracey Martin shares how spiritual accompaniment can support and sustain climate action.
19 July 2021
Not zero: why we should be wary of ‘net zero’ climate targets
by Olivia Hanks
Olivia Hanks explains why carbon emission targets need to move on from 'net zero'.
14 July 2021
Everyday solidarity: love in action
by Lisa Cumming
Upcoming legislation and ongoing events show solidarity is needed more than ever. Lisa Cumming reflects on what makes that meaningful.
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.
23 June 2021
Racial injustice and the Policing Bill
by Teresa Parker
Teresa Parker explains how the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill will deepen racial inequality in the criminal justice system, and shares action you can take.
17 June 2021
Help name our new office in Leeds
by Juliet Prager
We've opened a new hub in Leeds as part of a move to become less London-centred – and we need your help naming it, says Juliet Prager.
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.
10 June 2021
A new approach to living out our faith in action
by Robert Almond
Robert Almond, co-clerk of Quaker Peace & Social Witness Central Committee, reflects on developing a new strategy for Quaker work in the world.
9 June 2021
A Quaker approach to mental health
by Bev Smith
Bev Smith reflects on different Quaker experiences of mental ill health.