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27 July 2023
Why friendship needs to underpin our action
by Rebecca WalkerWoo
Rebecca WalkerWoo reflects on the final chapter of the Exploring Faith and Climate Justice programme: the power of friendship and solidarity.
19 July 2023
Reparations: learning from Jamaican experience
by Siobhan Haire
Siobhán Haire shares some reflections on meeting with the Churches' Reparations Action Forum.
28 June 2023
We need to reclaim security for everyone
by Charlotte Cooper
Charlotte Cooper explores how a human security approach can help tackle the biggest challenges we all face and invites people to take part in this growing movement.
21 June 2023
Alone, together: Quaker communities for climate justice
by Ailish Ni Cearbhaill
With rising uncertainty about climate breakdown, Ailish Ní Cearbhaill reflects on the importance of finding spaces to spiritually connect.
31 May 2023
Time to breathe
by Lisa Cumming
Lisa Cumming shares reflections from a peacebuilding gathering at Corrymeela.
22 May 2023
Getting things in proportion
by Kit Fotheringham
Kit Fotheringham, Britain Yearly Meeting Trustee, shares different models of giving to explore what a "right proportion of money" might be to support Quaker work.
11 May 2023
What next for Ofsted?
by Ellis Brooks
Ellis Brooks takes a look at whether the school inspection regime in England helps promote positive peace in schools.
26 April 2023
Quaker marriage: a history of celebrating a spiritual commitment
by Michael Booth
Married in the eyes of God or the eyes of the law? Michael Booth looks at the Quaker commitment between two people and God, and its occasionally strained relationship with the law of the land.
6 April 2023
Building a lasting peace: 25 years of the Good Friday Agreement
by Siobhan Haire
25 years on from the Good Friday Agreement, Siobhán Haire reflects on the conditions for peace in Northern Ireland.
15 March 2023
Children at Yearly Meeting: reflections from a parent
by Jessica Metheringham
Jessica Metheringham talks about how excited her children are for Yearly Meeting, when Quakers in Britain come together to worship, make decisions and spend time as a community.