A place for insight, analysis and action.
6 February 2018
8 things you may not know about the right to vote
by Jessica Metheringham
Jessica Metheringham highlights eight lesser known facts about the struggle for the right to vote in Britain.
2 February 2018
Join the growing Sanctuary Everywhere movement
by Tatiana Garavito
As hundreds of Quakers act in solidarity with refugees and migrants, Tatiana Garavito invites new meetings and individuals to join the movement.
1 February 2018
Sharing the costs: Opening access to Yearly Meeting 2018
by Ann Pfeiffer
Ann Pfeiffer outlines how the support of Friends will help more Quakers in Britain take part in our annual gathering.
26 January 2018
The power of words: Holocaust Memorial Day 2018
by Marigold Bentley
Marigold Bentley reflects on the moving national commemoration event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
25 January 2018
Thousands of Quakers are divesting from fossil fuels
by Sunniva Taylor
32 per cent of area Quaker meetings have divested from fossil fuels. Three Quakers tell Sunniva Taylor how they did it.
18 January 2018
6 things we can learn from African peace activists about movement building
by Tobias Wellner
Tobias Wellner shares six things he has learnt from African colleagues about building and sustaining movements for change.
10 January 2018
This isn't belonging
by Ellis Brooks
Ellis Brooks speaks out against the call in new British army recruitment adverts to 'find where you belong'.
5 January 2018
Mental health in meetings: Continuing the conversation
by Oliver Waterhouse
Oliver Waterhouse gives an overview of new steps being taken in 2018 to engage with mental health in Quaker meetings.
1 January 2018
Our Quaker year: 5 meeting insights for 2018
by Juliet Prager
Inspiring leadership, new growth and astonishing arrays of cake – Juliet Prager shares her experiences of visiting Quaker meetings across the country.
29 December 2017
How to speak Quaker
by Paul Parker
Paul Parker explores the challenges and insights of communicating personal Quaker values in translation that he encountered when writing this year's Richard Cary Lecture for German Yearly Meeting.