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 final issue of the 2010s, we take stock of QCEA’s busy autumn of peace and human rights advocacy, as well as a recent fact-finding mission to Ukraine to […]
In the last two decades, European governments and institutions have framed policing in ways which align to the broader values of freedom, the rule of law and – crucially – human rights. The actions of police officers represent the difference between having rights respected in theory, and having them protected in practice. However, many migrants […]
QCEA’s Strategic Plan for the period 2019-2024 has been published after being agreed by our General Assembly this October. The document maps out the overall direction for our peace and human rights work for the coming five years. Click here to read. For more documentation about our work, please click here.
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 speak to Magid Magid MEP in an interview which explores his first impressions of life in the European Parliament, as well as his views on Brexit. […]
Join us for delicious food in aid of a good cause! The Quaker Council for European Affairs and Magid Magid MEP (Greens-EFA, Yorkshire and the Humber) invite you a Syrian dinner in Quaker House Brussels, in aid of the humanitarian NGO Refugee Rescue. Refugee Rescue is a grassroots NGO operating a skilled Search and Rescue […]
Racism is a problem. We are part of racism. Racism can be resisted. Racism is part of how we have built society –part of how political, social and economic relationships are maintained.Racism is also a powerful word. To describe something, or someone, as racist is socially significant. But what if we are part of a […]
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 digest the results of the recent European Parliament elections from a Quaker perspective. What do they mean for climate and migration policies? Is consensus in EU […]
QCEA and thirteen other civil society organisations have signed a joint letter expressing their deep concern about the EU’s proposal for a European Peace Facility (EPF), and specifically the aspects which foresee the training and equipment of third-country militaries – including the provision of weaponry. They call on the EU to re-think this proposal ahead […]
QCEA has published its Annual Report for the year 2018. It includes an overview of the important and varied work which we undertook in 2018, as well as our most recent financial statements and a full list of our staff and volunteers. To read the 2018 Annual Report, click here.
QCEA’s governing body, the General Assembly, met in Brussels on 15 and 16 March 2019. This statement was agreed at the end of their meeting. To all Friends everywhere. The staff, Executive Committee and representatives from ten countries met in Brussels in a spirit of confidence in the dedicated work of QCEA, but […]