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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.
9 April 2018
Spiritual preparation for Yearly Meeting
by Rhiannon Grant
As the annual gathering of British Quakers draws near, Rhiannon Grant explores how Quakers can spiritually prepare for Yearly Meeting.
6 April 2018
Quaker funerals: community and contribution
by Paul Parker
Paul Parker explores what happens at a Quaker funeral – a simple meeting where all present are able to share reflections and memories.
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.
29 March 2018
A quick history of chocolate and Quakerism
by Jon Martin
Jon Martin looks back at the mixed legacy of the Quaker confectionery companies.
28 March 2018
A Quaker take on Easter
by Alistair Fuller
Alistair Fuller explains how his understanding of Holy Week and Easter has evolved from childhood chocolate to a deeper appreciation of the stories behind the celebration.
21 March 2018
by Neil Jarvis
Neil Jarvis explains why a shared understanding of safeguarding is important for Quaker meetings, and reports back from a recent conference for coordinators.
14 March 2018
Reclaim the sky for peace
by Ellis Brooks
This Persian New Year fly kites not drones says Ellis Brooks, as he calls for solidarity with people affected by armed drone strikes.
13 March 2018
Support the right to family life
by Jessica Metheringham
The Refugee (Family Reunion) Bill will be debated by MPs this week. Jessica Metheringham outlines the importance of the bill and how people can take action today.
8 March 2018
Finding patterns and examples in Edinburgh
by Oliver Waterhouse
Quaker role holders are key to Quaker meetings and help keep the faith alive and vibrant. Oliver Waterhouse reflects on the first of three events aimed at supporting people in their service.