A place for insight, analysis and action.
10 March 2022
Inclusion and diversity: reflecting on our journey so far
by Edwina Peart
Edwina Peart challenges Quakers to unify the equality agenda, in this abridged Friends Quarterly article.
1 February 2022
Welcoming gender diversity: what does love require of us?
by Fred Langridge
Following the Quaker decision to affirm trans and non-binary people, Fred Langridge reflects on how Quakers can live this out.
22 December 2021
Quaker community: taking our commitments forward
by Alistair Fuller
In 2021 Quakers committed to "becoming an anti-racist faith community". Alistair Fuller takes a look at how that commitment is moving forwards.
14 July 2021
Everyday solidarity: love in action
by Lisa Cumming
Upcoming legislation and ongoing events show solidarity is needed more than ever. Lisa Cumming reflects on what makes that meaningful.
23 June 2021
Racial injustice and the Policing Bill
by Teresa Parker
Teresa Parker explains how the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill will deepen racial inequality in the criminal justice system, and shares action you can take.
16 July 2020
Breaking down barriers through online youth work
by Lee Lester
Lee Lester examines the different ways online youth work has broken down barriers to participation, and how new ones can be mitigated.
18 June 2020
A response to Black Lives Matter by a BGM* Quaker
by Sophie Bevan
Sophie Bevan shares her personal response.
12 June 2020
The system isn't broken – it was built this way
by Sophie Bevan & Elliott Burcham
Quakers need to challenge themselves to dismantle their own prejudices and become anti-racist in word and deed, say Quakers Sophie Bevan and Elliott Burcham.
9 June 2020
Examining Quaker privilege and commitment to an equal world
by Juliet Prager
Juliet Prager reflects on how Quakers have been exploring privilege and the work Quakers still need to do to understand and demonstrate that Black Lives Matter.
9 April 2020
Navigating uncertain waters: Covid-19 and inequality
by Quaker Council for European Affairs
Isolation, disruption and confusion have interrupted many of our lives. Kékéli Kpognon and Andrew Lane chart a way through by focusing on those who have been surviving these conditions for years.