The Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Tracey Martin as its new Director.
QCEA’s Annual Report for 2021 is now available and can be read here. It includes an overview of the important and varied work which we undertook in 2021 as well as our most recent financial statements and a full list of our staff and volunteers.
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.
The Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA) is seeking to recruit a director who will help us strengthen our advocacy and staff team in a changed European context.
Peace at the heart launch 11 May 2022, 4.00-5.30, Online A new report from Quakers in Britain ‘Peace at the heart: a relational approach to education in British schools’ makes key recommendations for the governments of England, Scotland and Wales to support Peace Education in line with their international commitments. At the heart of […]
The new issue of Around Europe is here! Issue #390 brings you updated of our peace work and news from around Europe, including our position on Ukraine. Read Around Europe by clicking this link: CLICK HERE Read Around Europe in single page view: CLICK HERE
Our leaders have a positive obligation to ensure that civilians do not suffer the consequences of war.
A recording of this event is now available in our Youtube channel. The Northern Friends Peace Board, the Quaker Council for European Affairs and Quaker Peace and Social Witness are jointly organising a virtual interactive event: “Is COP26 enough? Peace, Militarism, and the Climate Crisis: a missing piece” When: Saturday 29 January 2022 Speakers: Rep. […]
This week, QCEA’s Head of Peace Programme, Atiaf Alwazir, met with the Heads of seven international Quaker organizations at a three-day meeting from 6 – 8 December 2021. Some gathered at Friends House London while others joined virtually. The group shared ideas on Quaker concerns over climate justice, peacebuilding and dismantling institutional racism and oppression. […]
The General Assembly of QCEA met on 12 and 13 November. Participants, some in Quaker House in Brussels, some joining online from all over Europe, saw a filmed presentation of the many activities in the peace programme. The meeting also reflected in two workshops on how Europe could be and how QCEA should be working […]