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Answering that of God in everyone
18 - 20 January 2019, Birmingham
A national gathering on diversity and inclusion.
A diverse and inclusive community where all are welcomed has been an ever present aspiration for Quakers. This conference aims to equip Friends to make it a reality.
A diverse and inclusive community where all are welcomed has been an ever present aspiration for Quakers. This conference aims to equip Friends to make it a reality, offering key note speeches, workshops, opportunities for informal discussion and all age worship, all as discreet standalone sessions. We will explore diversity in a variety of forms, including race and ethnicity, class, age, sexuality and gender, in an intersectional way. Prepare to be challenged and inspired.
We welcome your courageous participation.
What can the Quakers learn from Critical Whiteness Studies?
Robert Beckford, Professor of Theology and Culture in the African Diaspora at Canterbury Christ Church University
Beyond the Buzzwords, Beyond the Binary
Sabah Choudrey, a 'hairy brown transgender Muslim' who likes talking and writing and feelings.
The Church and the Challenge of Relevance: why breaking the class ceiling matters
Lynne Cullens, working-class, single mother and Church of England priest. Lynne is passionate about working to address issues of poverty, inequality & disadvantage.
If you have been appointed to attend by your Area Meeting, please use this AM booking link to make your booking. If appropriate, you can request that an invoice is sent to your Meeting treasurer for payment.
If you are not appointed by an Area Meeting, and wish to attend as an individual, please use the blue booking link.
A crèche will be available on Saturday 19 January.
For more information contact:
Telephone: 020 7663 1148