2020

A Quaker Statement on Migration

Developed by American Friends Service Committee, Britain Yearly Meeting, Friends Committee for National Legislation, Quaker Council for European Affairs and Quaker United Nations Office, this statement draws on our Quaker foundations and work with migrants and on migration. A Quaker Statement on Migration acknowledges that migration is “a fundamental facet of human behaviour. People migrate …

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New report on peace mediation

The report Peace Mediation: from Concept to successful implementation, learning from Quaker experience focuses on the implementation of the recently published EU Concept on Peace Mediation.  The report is a timely analysis of this EU Concept on Peace Mediation, how it has evolved over time and why it is more relevant than ever in today’s context.  The …

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Free online event: Connecting the Dots

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 …

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Filming Police in Europe – new briefing from QCEA

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 …

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