A place for insight, analysis and action.
14 September 2017
11 ways to support the arms fair protesters
by Ellis Brooks
Ellis Brooks suggests 11 ways to support those who took part in the week of action to stop DSEI – the world's largest arms fair, held in London.
8 September 2017
Quaker communities – loving, inclusive and all-age?
by Juliet Prager
After hearing the call to examine diversity amongst Quakers in Britain, Juliet Prager explores the next steps.
1 September 2017
Shining a light on the arms trade
by Sam Walton
Every two years the world's largest arms fair comes to London. Sam Walton outlines what Quakers are doing to help stop it.
25 August 2017
After the Gathering: 11 ways to live out our Quaker faith in the world
by Suki Ferguson
Following Yearly Meeting Gathering, Suki Ferguson suggests different pathways to action.
18 August 2017
Elections in Kenya: Working nonviolently against another 2007
by Tobias Wellner
Amid the violence following the presidential election in Kenya, Tobias Wellner shares how Turning the Tide Kenya is trying to change the way people engage with politics.
11 August 2017
Making a Yearly Meeting Gathering for all Quakers in Britain
by Juliet Prager
Juliet Prager explores ways to reach out to Friends who were absent – by choice or circumstance – from the week-long event at Warwick University.
25 July 2017
Welcoming families in meetings
by Alistair Fuller
How do we rejoice in the presence of children in our meetings and nurture their spiritual growth? Alistair Fuller shares how his meeting took small steps to welcome his family.
6 July 2017
Why it is time to build a culture of sanctuary
by Tim Gee
A new commitment to becoming Sanctuary Meetings could help change for the better the welcome that forced migrants receive says Tim Gee.
16 June 2017
Staying engaged after the election
by Jessica Metheringham
We should continue to make the voices of local communities heard in Westminster now the election is over, says Jessica Metheringham.
8 June 2017
by Jon Martin
Jon Martin, Stela Brinzeanu and Gill Sewell reflect on their experience of representing Quakers at the 10-day Hay Festival, which this year featured three prominent Quaker authors.