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Climate & economic justice

Updated 11 February 2021

Quakers advocate for just economics systems that sustain people and the planet.

Climate & economic justice

Climate & economic justice

About Quaker climate activism

Updated 2 February 2021

Generations of Quakers have handed down a sacred commitment to the 'unity of creation'. To live out this commitment, Quakers are taking action to protect the climate and foster sustainable forms of prosperity.

About Quaker climate activism

Economic justice

Quaker Living Wage Campaign

Updated 17 November 2020

Quakers are inspired by faith to build a more equal world. Since 2014 Quakers have been campaigning on the Living Wage as part of our testimony to equality.

Quaker Living Wage Campaign

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The Living Wage is a victory we can build on

Updated 3 November 2017

As of Living Wage Week 2017, Quakers in Britain can celebrate 13 Quaker organisations who are now accredited Living Wage employers – including Friends House, Woodbrooke, and eight area meetings across Britain.

The Living Wage is a victory we can build on

Our stories

Led to action on the Living Wage

Updated 8 January 2016

In November 2014 I attended the Quaker conference 'Food banks are not enough' at Bull Street Meeting House. I left feeling led to take some action on the Living Wage.

Led to action on the Living Wage

Our stories

Inequality affects us all: Stone Quaker vigil

Updated 7 January 2016

A hardy band braved the cold and wet to highlight issues of income inequality such as the rise of food banks, the need for a living wage and a fairer tax system.