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Quaker Activist Gathering

Saturday, November 3, 2018

at Lancaster Meeting House . “An action-focused day for Quakers who identify as activists, framed in worship. It will be a day to make connections, build common cause, deepen our action through exploring the Quaker aspect of it, and discover how we can work more effectively.” Info and booking details (book by 15th October) http://www.quaker.org.uk/events/quaker-activist-gathering-2018

NFPB in Glasgow - worship, witness and discussion

Two years on from the killing of MP Jo Cox (and when NFPB also met in Scotland), we began our meeting this June on the day of the Great Get Together , an idea of the Jo Cox Foundation. Reflecting on the theme of getting together, Friends reaffirmed the value of hearing one another, gaining insights from different perspectives but also being energised and challenged to be more than we are alone.

Restoring Livelihoods, Restoring Hope in Palestine: The Story of Battir

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Restoring Livelihoods, Restoring Hope in Palestine: The Story of Battir

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Restoring Livelihoods, Restoring Hope in Palestine: The Story of Battir

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Peace in the Park Festival

Saturday, June 9, 2018

SHEFFIELD. . 12noon-8pm. Ponderosa, Crooks Valley Rd. More info:
www.peaceinthepark.org.uk

Changing the Narrative for Peace - Engaging with the Media

Saturday, June 16, 2018

NFPB workshop at Manchester Meeting House. please register as soon as possible by contacting Philip Austin Tel: 01204 382330 [email protected] https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/changing-the-narrative-for-peace-engaging...

International perspectives

We were reminded at our gathering of NFPB members and other Friends, in Lancaster on 12th May, of the maxim to ‘think globally, act locally’. At the meeting we heard about the work of the International Peace Bureau (IPBhttp://www.ipb.org/ ) , of which we have been a member for many years but without being very actively so.

Collateral Damage 1918 to 2018

Wednesday, May 2, 2018 to Friday, June 22, 2018

[to 22 June] Commemorating war victims and building peace Installation of white poppies – Manchester Friends Meeting House, Mount St M2 5NS Open during office hours, Monday to Friday Poppies can be brought to join the installation at Mount Street Friends’ Meeting House or sent to join the mass installation in London in the autumn.

Silenced Voice - Exhibition, Talk and Discussion on Syria

Friday, March 16, 2018

at Stockport Quaker Meeting House, with Rethink Rebuild Society, and organised by Stockport for Peace and Stockport Amnesty Group. Talk at 7:30, Exhib, 10:00am-7:00pm

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