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9 November 2022
Walking together as people of faith
by Lynda Williams
13 November marks the start of Inter Faith Week 2022. Lynda Williams reflects on what makes it so meaningful.
7 November 2022
Justice, peace and the need for action at COP27
by Paul Parker
Paul Parker reflects on the COP27 process as the UN climate talks begin in Egypt.
3 November 2022
Will COP27 deliver a loss and damage fund?
by Olivia Hanks
The COP27 climate talks start on Sunday 6 November. Olivia Hanks examines where action for a loss and damage fund has got to since COP26.
27 October 2022
Becoming an anti-racist faith community
by Siobhan Haire
As Black History Month draws to a close, Siobhán Haire shares how Quakers are taking action on becoming an anti-racist employer and faith community.
19 October 2022
Remembering the victims of all wars
by Dixe Wills
As war in Ukraine continues to dominate headlines, Dixe Wills reflects on the importance of remembering all victims of war around the world.
18 October 2022
Quaker Housing Trust: practical approaches to housing need
by Jennifer Allott
Established in 1967, Quaker Housing Trust (QHT) takes practical action to address homelessness. Jennifer Allott explains why its work remains just as urgent today.
11 October 2022
Reflections from Labour and Conservative party conferences
by Grace Da Costa
Labour and Conservative party conferences were very different this year. Grace Da Costa shares some reflections from a Quaker perspective.
6 October 2022
Why are Quakers involved in Churches Together?
by Judith Baker
After a challenging few years for Quaker engagement, Judith Baker explores why Quakers continue to be part of ecumenical bodies.
5 October 2022
Exploring Faith and Climate Justice course: the story so far
by Stevie Krayer
Stevie Krayer reflects on her experience of the Exploring Faith and Climate Justice course so far.
29 September 2022
Silence and hope: a witness to the impact of climate breakdown
by Anna Lewis
Last week was Loss and Damage Action Day. Anna Lewis reflects on the need for an international fund.