We have the pleasure to invite to join the Study Tour’s opening session ‘Europe at a Crossroads’ online.
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. […]
QCEA has signed a call to action by the Conflict and Environment Observatory (CEOBS). The call urges governments to commit to meaningful emissions cuts at COP26. CEOBS is an initiatives launched in 2018 with the primary goal of increasing awareness and understanding of the environmental and derived humanitarian consequences of conflicts and military activities. There […]
The 368th issue of Around Europe is dedicated to the theme of implication of Brexit on peace and peacebuilding in Europe. Written in the days after the referendum result the articles chart some of the major issues on themes of EU militarism, refugees and migration and the European arms trade. Click here to read Around […]
The European Union was founded as a peace project, but today elements of EU security policy are a danger to its own people. Few citizens are aware of the policies their governments champion at the EU level. Since 2013, EU policy has increasingly supported the arms trade, the perpetuation of militarism with countries affected by […]
The February-March edition of our monthly newsletter. Deputy Representative Andrew Lane talks about the EU’s reversion to militarism, and Chris Diskin writes about a sunset clause for TTIP, while Representative Alexandra Bosbeer reminds us of the importance of voting in May’s EU Parliament Elections. Click here to download a PDF version of Around Europe 355