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 politics under threat, or more relevant than ever? Are the old ideologies of left and right being swept away in face of a more values-based politics? And does a relatively high turnout show we’re getting more politicised – or just more angry?

In addition, we bring you the latest news about European politics and our work at Quaker House Brussels, including an introduction to our new colleague, Clémence Buchet–Couzy.

Click here to read Around Europe #381 now!