Monday, 27 February 2017

Quaker Council for European Affairs and Quaker Peace & Social Witness February 2017

Link to main Quaker Council for European Affairs website

QCEA, together with the Quaker Asylum and Refugee Network (QARN), have published a report on Friends’ efforts to respond to the influx of displaced persons in Europe. Quaker Faith in Action: Friends’ work in the area of forced migration builds on feedback from Quaker respondents across Europe, and explores the important work done by individuals, meetings and organisations in response to this unprecedented humanitarian challenge. If you want to get involved in similar work, the report also includes ideas and links to resources to help you or your meeting make a difference.

Click here to read the report.

If you would like to see the last QCEA Around Europe publication December 2016 as PDF click HERE

Quaker Peace & Social Witness
A link to their PDF leaflet explaining what work they do CLICK HERE

Quaker Peace & Social Witness Central Committee (QPSWCC) forms part of the centrally-managed work of Quakers in Britain. It promotes and undertakes action for peace and social justice in line with our testimonies, mainly by overseeing the work of Quaker Peace & Social Witness (QPSW).

Turning the Tide is a social action training programme. We offer a range of workshops and resources, and all our work is focused on supporting nonviolent social change at the grassroots. We are a programme run by Quakers in Britain. They produce a newsletter Making Waves a LINK to a PDF of the current issue [I've often found this newsletter very inspiring in terms of non violent action blog poster flofflach] 

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