Posts Tagged: Quakers

Peace needs practice

This post is taken from introductory and concluding remarks by QCEA’s head of peace programme Atiaf Alwazir made at our conference called Peace education: Evidence and opportunities held jointly with Quakers in Britain. More information on QCEA’s work on peace: http://www.qcea.org/peace/. Given

Peace needs practice

This post is taken from introductory and concluding remarks by QCEA’s head of peace programme Atiaf Alwazir made at our conference called Peace education: Evidence and opportunities held jointly with Quakers in Britain. More information on QCEA’s work on peace: http://www.qcea.org/peace/. Given

Walking the long road to gender inclusivity and peace

Clémence Buchet-Couzy, QCEA At QCEA I follow and seek to influence the latest policy developments, but we are an organisation that is aware of the work we have done in our previous decades, and are we are able to learn

Walking the long road to gender inclusivity and peace

Clémence Buchet-Couzy, QCEA At QCEA I follow and seek to influence the latest policy developments, but we are an organisation that is aware of the work we have done in our previous decades, and are we are able to learn

Why Eurosatory should be closed for good – and for the good of the world (Part 1)

Real security – lessons from Covid-19 Every second year for several decades Eurosatory – the world’s biggest arms fair – has been held in Paris. But not in 2020. Despite the event’s impressive array of fabulously rich backers, this biennial

Why Eurosatory should be closed for good – and for the good of the world (Part 1)

Real security – lessons from Covid-19 Every second year for several decades Eurosatory – the world’s biggest arms fair – has been held in Paris. But not in 2020. Despite the event’s impressive array of fabulously rich backers, this biennial

A-levels and Asylum: How the news media subtly shapes attitudes about equality

In the first two weeks of August 2020 two stories dominated British media headlines: reports of an increased number of people crossing the Channel in small boats to seek asylum in the UK, and students receiving their A-level or Scottish

A-levels and Asylum: How the news media subtly shapes attitudes about equality

In the first two weeks of August 2020 two stories dominated British media headlines: reports of an increased number of people crossing the Channel in small boats to seek asylum in the UK, and students receiving their A-level or Scottish

No-one left behind: The rhetoric and reality of keeping our supermarkets stocked

“This is the worst place I have ever lived in”, Karidioula Kession a 32-year-old Ivorian man told the Spanish newspaper El País. Karidioula arrived at the Spanish enclave of Ceuta in 2016. “If I told my family I lived here

No-one left behind: The rhetoric and reality of keeping our supermarkets stocked

“This is the worst place I have ever lived in”, Karidioula Kession a 32-year-old Ivorian man told the Spanish newspaper El País. Karidioula arrived at the Spanish enclave of Ceuta in 2016. “If I told my family I lived here

Renaissance possibilities for all: Universal Basic Income

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, European governments are having to consider policies that they would have previously dismissed or even ridiculed. Neville Keery shares his view on one such issue. Neville is a Quaker from Ireland, and a founding

Renaissance possibilities for all: Universal Basic Income

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, European governments are having to consider policies that they would have previously dismissed or even ridiculed. Neville Keery shares his view on one such issue. Neville is a Quaker from Ireland, and a founding

Pandemic Patchwork: Threads from 13 countries

Some of us are gaining new rights to healthcare, and others are being further marginalised. With so much happening, its hard to look up from our national situations. Many stories are not being heard, but now more than ever we need to be learning from each other.

Pandemic Patchwork: Threads from 13 countries

Some of us are gaining new rights to healthcare, and others are being further marginalised. With so much happening, its hard to look up from our national situations. Many stories are not being heard, but now more than ever we need to be learning from each other.

Equality and peacebuilding: my experience with QCEA and the Border Meeting

Marcie Winstanley, a young Quaker and political activist from the UK, shares her experience of attending an international Quaker gathering on the theme of equality. The Border Meeting was founded more than sixty years ago to bridge the divides of

Equality and peacebuilding: my experience with QCEA and the Border Meeting

Marcie Winstanley, a young Quaker and political activist from the UK, shares her experience of attending an international Quaker gathering on the theme of equality. The Border Meeting was founded more than sixty years ago to bridge the divides of

Building Peace Together relevant to EU plans

We’ve had lots of feedback since publishing Building Peace Together on February 20. Many have said that it is a timely input into debates on how peacebuilding can be used to address violent conflict, rather than traditional interventions. Two years

Building Peace Together relevant to EU plans

We’ve had lots of feedback since publishing Building Peace Together on February 20. Many have said that it is a timely input into debates on how peacebuilding can be used to address violent conflict, rather than traditional interventions. Two years

Faith in Commission appointments

The sudden, unusual and controversial appointment of Martin Selmayr to be the new Secretary General of the European Commission has been dominating offstage conversations in Brussels for a more than a month. The small Brussels bubble media has provided almost

Faith in Commission appointments

The sudden, unusual and controversial appointment of Martin Selmayr to be the new Secretary General of the European Commission has been dominating offstage conversations in Brussels for a more than a month. The small Brussels bubble media has provided almost