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5 November 2020
At the interface of interfaith
by Lynda Williams
Lynda Williams reflects on her experience of being at the interface between faiths.
8 October 2020
9 voices the Department for Education would ban from schools
by Ellis Brooks
Ellis Brooks questions new guidance for English schools that silences discussion of capitalism and breaking unjust laws.
24 September 2020
Quaker Question Time: listening and learning together
by Kirsty Philbrick
Kirsty Philbrick examines how sharing the pearls and grit of Quaker faith can bring people together in community.
17 September 2020
Roots and branches: sharing and supporting our Quaker work
by Maisa Monteiro
Maisa Monteiro explains how she found a new way to illustrate the varied work Britain Yearly Meeting does with and on behalf of Quakers.
10 September 2020
6 principles for a green and just recovery
by Olivia Hanks
We need to come together to ensure that climate justice is central to the post-Covid future of our economy, says Olivia Hanks.
3 September 2020
Racial justice learning for Quakers: a reflection
by Karen Dickson
Karen Dickson reflects on a recent series of workshops about committing to action on racial justice.
27 August 2020
Why compassion needs to be at the heart of our response to Channel crossings
by Quaker Asylum and Refugee Network
Bridget Walker outlines why safe routes and a culture of belief need to be central to the UK's response to Channel crossings.
13 August 2020
How are Quakers meeting? A summer snapshot from around Britain
by Carrie Comfort
As lockdown restrictions ease, Carrie Comfort gives a snapshot of how Quakers around Britain are meeting for worship.
16 July 2020
Breaking down barriers through online youth work
by Lee Lester
Lee Lester examines the different ways online youth work has broken down barriers to participation, and how new ones can be mitigated.
15 July 2020
Upholding peace in Burundi through crises
by Christine Kanehure
Navigating tense elections and the Covid-19 pandemic, Christine Kanehure outlines how Quaker-supported Turning the Tide Burundi are actively involved in upholding peace.