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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.
23 June 2020
Building peace during a pandemic: nonviolent activism in Kenya
by Monicah Jepkosgei
Monicah Jepkosgei explains how her Quaker-supported group helped forge a better relationship between police and citizens in a town under strain from Covid-19 restrictions.
18 June 2020
Nonviolent campaigning in locked-down Rwanda
by Martha Uwizeyimana
Martha Uwizeyimana explains how a Rwandan Quaker peace programme has found new ways to support nonviolent activism during the current pandemic.
10 June 2020
The UK must end indefinite immigration detention
by Suzanne Ismail
Over the coming weeks the UK Parliament has an opportunity to end the scandal of indefinite immigration detention. Suzanne Ismail explains why it's vital it takes it.
17 April 2020
Locked up in lockdown: the Quaker prison chaplains reaching out
by Marleen Schepers
Quaker prison chaplains have found new ways to continue their work during the current pandemic, says Marleen Schepers.
3 April 2020
Engaging with conflict: a toolkit for difficult times
by Lisa Cumming
Conflict – whether in ourselves, in our homes, or in our communities – can be daunting. Lisa Cumming introduces a new handbook full of tips on dealing with conflict creatively and with care.
21 December 2019
Quaker faith in action in the 2010s: highlights from the decade
by Suki Ferguson
At the end of a tumultuous decade, Suki Ferguson looks back at just a few of the highlights.
10 December 2019
Building understanding and tolerance in a divided society
by Oliver Robertson
Bridging divides isn't just about building unity but becoming more comfortable in our disunity, says Oliver Robertson.
6 December 2019
General election 2019: Quaker analysis of criminal justice in party manifestos
by Teresa Parker
Are Quaker concerns reflected in the general election 2019 manifestos? Here, Teresa Parker reviews policies around crime, prison and policing.