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28 September 2022
People-to-people diplomacy with Russian people
by Teresa Parker
Earlier this year, following the invasion of Ukraine, Quakers in Britain started a project to make connections with people who are Russian. Teresa Parker brings us up to date.
26 September 2022
How our family was welcomed into meeting
by Ruth Wilde
For Quaker Week, Ruth Wilde shares how her Quaker community has supported her family at different times.
21 September 2022
Preventing election violence in Kenya
by Benard Agona
On International Peace Day 2022 Benard Agona, peacebuilder and Executive Director of AfriNov in Kenya shares how they worked for peace before, during, and after the August 2022 elections.
31 August 2022
Giving in a time of uncertainty
by Beth Follini
As the cost of living spirals, Beth Follini looks at how the principle of equal generosity can continue to sustain Quaker work.
11 August 2022
The legacy of colonialism: dialogue and the return of ancestral remains
by Judith Baker
Judith Baker shares the story of the process of repatriating Naga ancestral remains from the Pitt Rivers Museum.
4 August 2022
Beyond the emergency: what I've learnt about communicating the climate crisis
by Olivia Hanks
Olivia Hanks examines the term 'climate emergency' and explains why it isn't always a helpful framing for climate action.
13 July 2022
by Oliver Robertson
Twenty-seven years after the killings, Oliver Robertson considers the lessons of Srebrenica and other atrocities.
30 June 2022
Targets vs delivery: addressing Scotland’s greenhouse gas emissions
by Andrew Tomlinson
Andrew Tomlinson shares some of the challenges of meeting Scotland's climate targets.
22 June 2022
Join the climate justice year of learning
by Paul Parker
Paul Parker invites people to participate in a year of learning and spiritual reflection on climate justice.
15 June 2022
Would Little Amal go to Rwanda this year?
by Quaker Asylum and Refugee Network
Fred Ashmore discusses the harshening hostile environment for refugees and asylum seekers and shares what a response rooted in love and justice could look like.