A place for insight, analysis and action.
4 October 2023
Reparations: addressing harm and restoring right relationships
by Ginny Baumann
As Quakers consider next steps on reparations, Ginny Baumann of Streatham and Brixton Meeting suggests we address the harms we have inherited alongside working to be 'good ancestors' on the decisive issue for our times: climate justice.
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.
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.
5 April 2022
Communities of belonging: supporting young refugees in Bristol
by Kirsty Philbrick
Kirsty Philbrick shares how Welcome Youth Sessions have been supporting young refugees in Bristol.
23 June 2021
Racial injustice and the Policing Bill
by Teresa Parker
Teresa Parker explains how the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill will deepen racial inequality in the criminal justice system, and shares action you can take.
29 April 2021
Taking action on climate – and beyond
by Rebecca WalkerWoo
Our new social action resource focuses on key climate justice moments this year but is also useful for anyone looking to make change happen, says Rebecca Woo.
8 April 2021
How Quakers can respond to the government's new immigration plan
by Quaker Asylum and Refugee Network
The Quaker Asylum and Refugee Network explore the UK government's new immigration plan and outline what Quakers can do to respond.
12 February 2021
Getting to the root of things: peace, crime and justice
by Teresa Parker
Teresa Parker explores how the radicalism of the Quaker peace testimony can be found in today's Build Back Better campaign.
28 January 2021
How Quakers in Devon secured a home for people seeking refuge
by Philip Wood
Philip Wood speaks to Exmouth Quakers about how they were able to support people in their local community.
18 December 2020
Justice around the world: building back better for all
by Tatiana Garavito
Tatiana Garavito explains why collective action during the pandemic demonstrates how we can build back better for all.