Upcoming event: Is COP26 enough? Peace, Militarism, and the Climate Crisis: a missing piece

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. Sheila Babauta, 22nd CNMI Legislature – Natural Resources Committee Chairwoman, Northern Mariana […]

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Statement: Amid pandemic and climate emergency, global peacebuilders call on governments to invest in peace

Together with over 200 international and domestic peacebuilding organisations, QCEA has signed a joint statement calling on governments to work for peace. The statement highlights the need for a new global partnership to mainstream peace, justice, and inclusion central to efforts to transform our world and respond to the challenges we face. Peace is not […]

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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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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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