Posts Tagged: northern ireland

Restoring Faith in Criminal Justice

Celebrating Success in the Criminal Justice System: Quakers in Criminal Justice Conference 2013 Quakers in Criminal Justice (QICJ) is an informal network of Quakers with an active interest in criminal justice. I recently joined them in Swanwick, Derbyshire, England, at

Restoring Faith in Criminal Justice

Celebrating Success in the Criminal Justice System: Quakers in Criminal Justice Conference 2013 Quakers in Criminal Justice (QICJ) is an informal network of Quakers with an active interest in criminal justice. I recently joined them in Swanwick, Derbyshire, England, at

Visiting Friends by Caroline Finney

This is the second of two posts written by pupils from Friends’ School Lisburn, who came to Brussels for a week of work experience with QCEA. During their stay Chloe Hassard and Caroline Finney attended a number of meetings and

Visiting Friends by Caroline Finney

This is the second of two posts written by pupils from Friends’ School Lisburn, who came to Brussels for a week of work experience with QCEA. During their stay Chloe Hassard and Caroline Finney attended a number of meetings and

Visiting Friends by Chloe Hassard

Towards the end of January, two pupils from Friends’ School Lisburn, Chloe Hassard and Caroline Finney, came to Brussels for a week of work experience with QCEA. They attended a number of meetings and have each written a short piece

Visiting Friends by Chloe Hassard

Towards the end of January, two pupils from Friends’ School Lisburn, Chloe Hassard and Caroline Finney, came to Brussels for a week of work experience with QCEA. They attended a number of meetings and have each written a short piece

PEACE in Nothern Ireland

“The PEACE programme is a fine example of the European Union’s longstanding commitment to peace and reconciliation”. These were the words of EU Commissioner for Regional Policy Johannes Hahn at the opening of an event held yesterday in Brussels celebrating

PEACE in Nothern Ireland

“The PEACE programme is a fine example of the European Union’s longstanding commitment to peace and reconciliation”. These were the words of EU Commissioner for Regional Policy Johannes Hahn at the opening of an event held yesterday in Brussels celebrating