QCEA cannot function without the involvement and support of thousands of individuals across Europe and beyond. There any many ways in which you can get involved with our work.
Our regular newsletter, Around Europe, contains the latest news from QCEA and a Quaker perspective on European politics more generally.
- - Click here to subscribe for free to Around Europe by email
- - Back issues of Around Europe can be found here
- - Want to receive printed copies? See "Support QCEA" below
Spread the word
If you would like speak to your local Meeting or other group/organisation about QCEA and our work, we can supply you with some basic information and speaking notes. Please give us reasonable notice to supply this in order to ensure that we can meet your deadline. You can also use the brief summary of our work which you can find in our QCEA at a glance flyer (March 2018).
Alternatively, many Meetings have QCEA Correspondents - nominated members who receive news and information from QCEA by email. To register as a Correspondent, simply contact us and we'll add you to the mailing list.
Take part in events
QCEA organises both conferences and "Study Tours" - visits to the European institutions in Brussels and Strasbourg. If you'd like to join other Quakers from across Europe to learn more about European politics from a Quaker perspective, why not join one of these events? They're publicised in Around Europe and via our website - click here for information about upcoming events.
Become a Supporter
For an annual contribution, QCEA's "Supporters" - both individuals and Meetings - receive hard copies of our publications and are the first to hear about our events. Supporters' contributions make a huge difference to what we can achieve. If you believe in bringing a Quaker vision of peace and human rights to European politics, becoming a QCEA Supporter is the best way to help us achieve that.
Alternatively, a subscription to receive Around Europe in hard copy is also available at a lower rate.
For information about becoming a Supporter, or paper subscriptions, click here.
We are entirely dependent on the support of Quakers, Meetings and several trusts, with over 50% of our income made of up individual donations. We receive no funding from either national governments or the European institution and we do not actively seek such funding. We are therefore always grateful for your donations which enable us to carry on the work we do.
Making a recurring or one-off donation is quick, easy and secure. We accept multiple payment types in both Pounds Sterling and Euro. In just a couple of clicks, you can make a meaningful contribution to our work. Click here to find out how.