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Much has been written today about Kweku Adoboli, the “rogue trader” who lost £1.3 billion of other people’s money. One fact that has received little attention is that he went to a Quaker school.
The Greenbelt Christian festival this weekend will feature a Peace Zone run by a network of twenty-two Christian organisations committed to active nonviolence.
Every Quaker in Britain will be urged and supported to reduce their carbon footprint, under a plan adopted by the Annual Yearly Meeting.
Over 1,500 Quakers gather in Canterbury next week for their annual meeting to discern the way ahead for Quakers in Britain.
Amid the moral turmoil and instability surrounding News International, there is a message for our own times in the steadfast pursuit of truth shown by the Seekers who gathered to listen to George Fox on Firbank Fell in 1652, says Jill Segger
Forces Watch is running a series of events to launch its new campaign questioning armed forces recruitment in schools.
Trustees for Quakers in Britain have agreed to an "inspiring refurbishment" of one of London's major spaces for meetings about peace and justice.
All communities manifest some form of division and it can be difficult to make connections across those divides. Bury St Edmunds, like many towns, shows more than one face to the world.
The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Britain has responded to the Government Consultation on civil partnerships on religious premises.
Quakers, Pax Christi and members of the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme have joined in a vigil to mark the fifth year of World Week for Peace in Palestine Israel.