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13 June 2018
Providing housing, making homes: Quaker Housing Trust celebrates 50 years of service
by Paula Harvey
Paula Harvey of Quaker Housing Trust writes about the Quaker spiritual concern for housing in Britain.
6 June 2018
Making peace work possible
by Sam Walton
Each year we place dedicated people in radical peace organisations to equip them for a life working for peace. This year we're looking to fund a third peaceworker and we need your help, says Sam Walton.
4 June 2018
Speaking truth to power: Quakers and the Lobbying Act
by Paul Parker
Paul Parker outlines why it's time to talk about the effect the Lobbying Act is having on charities' ability to campaign.
30 May 2018
Climate justice: a cause for cautious optimism?
by Maya Williams
A recent government announcement could signal a welcome shift in how Britain takes responsibility for its carbon emissions but that doesn't mean campaigners should ease the pressure, says Maya Williams.
21 May 2018
Stand with Quakers in France to stop the biggest arms fair of 2018
by Sam Walton
Sam Walton reflects on recent Quaker nonviolent resistance to the arms trade, as plans to disrupt the Eurosatory arms fair in Paris this June take shape.
15 May 2018
Why we must talk about conscientious objection
by Marigold Bentley
On Conscientious Objectors' Day, Marigold Bentley reflects on the personal moral commitment of refusing to kill and the statement it makes to wider society.
23 April 2018
Think global, act local
by Jessica Metheringham
Changing the world starts with the local. Jessica Metheringham explores why we should care about local government and the upcoming English local elections.
20 April 2018
Syria: 6 things you can do
by Sahdya Darr
Following UK military action in Syria, Sahdya Darr suggests six things you can do.
18 April 2018
Why the Windrush scandal is symptomatic of Britain's 'hostile environment'
by Juliet Prager
Deportation threats made to the Windrush generation are the latest example of the government's immigration policy negatively impacting ordinary people's lives, says Juliet Prager.
3 April 2018
8 questions Gavin Williamson needs to answer about army schools
by Ellis Brooks
We need to ask some serious questions about the government's pursuit of military ethos in schools, argues Ellis Brooks.