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14 March 2023
From policy to practice: safeguarding the most vulnerable
by Nick Folkard
Following a report into child sexual abuse in religious settings, Quakers in Britain adopted new safeguarding guidance for Quaker meetings. Nick Folkard explains how York Area Meeting changed its approach.
10 March 2023
A ‘privileged body’? Quakers and the history of loyal addresses
by Lisa McQuillan
A Quaker delegation made a 'loyal address' to Charles III in March 2023. Lisa McQuillan explores the history of these addresses and examines the debate among Quakers about them.
9 March 2023
Truth and integrity: exploring our Quaker concern
by Jessica Metheringham
Jessica Metheringham, a member of Yearly Meeting Agenda Committee, explains how YMAC came to discern truth and integrity as one of the topics to be discussed at yearly meeting.
1 March 2023
A youthful Yearly Meeting
by Jude Acton
Jude Acton tells us what's on offer for children and young people at Yearly Meeting 2023.
17 February 2023
Join the JustMoney Movement
by JustMoney Movement
Money shapes the world around us, for better or worse. Sarah Edwards invites Quakers to join the JustMoney Movement to connect faith, money and justice to build a fairer world.
8 February 2023
Land reform in Scotland
by Andrew Tomlinson
Andrew Tomlinson looks at land use and ownership in Scotland and whether new proposals will lead to fair and sustainable land reform.
1 February 2023
Truth and integrity in a time of climate crisis
by Olivia Hanks
Olivia Hanks explores the principles of truth and integrity in the context of action on climate change.
31 January 2023
Fundamentalism, faith and the power of story
by Alistair Fuller
Alistair Fuller reflects on what His Dark Materials has to say about spirituality and a well-lived life.
25 January 2023
The role of ordinary people
by Oliver Robertson
Holocaust Memorial Day takes place every year on 27 January. Oliver Robertson reflects on this year's theme.
24 January 2023
Have you seen the time?
by Ellis Brooks
As the Doomsday Clock reaches 90 seconds to midnight, Ellis Brooks calls for more nuclear disarmament education.