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A decision by Quakers to give a “loyal address” to Elizabeth II has triggered heated internal controversy due to the denomination's anti-royal tradition.
Several religious groups have expressed support for same-sex marriage, saying that church leaders who oppose it do not speak for them.
An ecumenical church-based body has given evidence to the European Council about the abuse of human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
Quaker human rights lawyer, Rachel Brett, will deliver the one hundred and fifth Swarthmore Lecture in London in May 2012.
The Methodist Church, the Baptist Union of Great Britain, the United Reformed Church and the Quakers in Britain have called for Parliament to reject a benefit cap.
Human rights lawyer, Rachel Brett, will deliver the 150th Swarthmore Lecture in London in May, on Quaker work on human rights at the UN.
Places are still available on an upcoming weekend course exploring sexuality and spirituality. The course, Sex and the Spirit, will take place in Birmingham from 10th-12th February.
Quakers in Geneva have spoken out strongly against the "unethical behaviour" of banks and other financial institutions based in their own country.
If power is ever to change its mind or examine its thinking, it needs to be taken out of its comfort zone.
Quakers, Unitarians and Liberal Jews have urged the House of Lords to reject a challenge to civil partnerships being celebrated on religious premises.