Here is the latest issue of Around Europe, the newsletter of the Quaker Council for European Affairs. Issue 386 contains news of European politics and QCEA’s recent pece and human rights work.
How can we hope to contribute to peace outside of ourselves when we are not working on peace within ourselves? How can we advocate for peace and justice without addressing tensions in the workplace? How do we shape fair policies that strike a balance between me, you and us? If these questions speak to you, […]
Join us for Connecting the Dots – An online conversation Tuesday 22 September, 14:30-16:00 CET (13:30-15:00 Britain and Ireland) In a European environment where the uncertainties of economic and social change have been met with financial austerity and simple messages from reactionary politicians focusing on single issues, the COVID-19 pandemic has been a further reminder […]
QCEA’s Filiming Police in Europe builds on our 2019 publication Framing Human Policing. It looks at the law and practice of video recording police operations across Europe, its relationship with public service accountability, prevention of human rights abuses and violence, and their connection with structural racism in Europe. The document asks urgent questions that are […]
Deltalicht* is een nieuwe Nederlands/Vlaamse blog, van de Quaker Council voor European Affairs. Deze blog brengt nieuws over Quakers, Vrede, Mensenrechten en onze Planeet in Europa. Klik hier: https://qceadeltalicht.wordpress.com/
It’s our pleasure to be able to share with you the latest issue of Around Europe, the newsletter of the Quaker Council for European Affairs. In this issue, we look at the world-changing times we are living through. Coronavirus is a make-or-break moment for the EU, which has yet to agree on how to spend […]
Passerelles est un nouveau blog lancé par le Conseil Quaker pour les Affaires Européennes qui publiera les réflexions radicales sur les droits de l’homme en Europe d’un échantillon de contributeurs variés. Nous voulons amplifier les voix des migrants, réfugiés et d’autres personnes poussées à la marge dans les discussions sur les droits, la justice et l’égalité, à Bruxelles […]
QCEA’s Annual Report for 2019 is now available and can be read here.
QCEA’s governing body, the General Assembly, met in Brussels on 5 and 6 October 2018. This statement was agreed at the end of their meeting. [English followed by Dutch and Danish] Epistle QCEA 5-6th October To all Friends everywhere, “We are the suit-wearing Quakers who represent a radical activist movement speaking to other suit wearers”. […]
QCEA made waves in 2017. Click this link to read our Annual Report 2017.