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Nationality and Borders Bill

Quakers in Britain Public Affairs and Advocacy Manager, is working with QARN to respond to the Nationality and Borders Bill.

Nationality and Borders Bill

Quakers in Britain is working with QARN to respond to the Nationality and Borders Bill.

Telling the story of us all

Roots is a moving new animated short film written and produced by Catherine Henderson,

We Cannot Walk Alone - Refugee Week Craftisim

A group of Friends starting in Scotland and now joined by Quakers from across Britain,

The 2021 QUNO Review is now available online

Our new, March 2021 edition of the QUNO Review is now available online.

How Quakers can respond to the government's new immigration plan

"How can we claim to be upholders of peace if we accept proposals which are silent on the conflicts

Modern Slavery

After meeting there will be a talk on "Modern Slavery" to which all are warmley invited.

Understanding the Roots of the UK’s Immigration System and How to Dismantle It

As more people seeking refuge continue to drown in the Mediterranean,

Event: Responding to those seeking sanctuary

Churches Together in Britain and Ireland is running a webinar exploring how churches can effectively respond to those in need

Quaker pro-migration statement delivered to UK Home Office

On Migrant Rights Day, 18 December 2020, the Sanctuary Everywhere team delivered a statement in support of migrants to the UK

Statement on Migration sent to Home Office

On the 18th December this statement was delivered to the Home Office

Migrants Day plea for justice

Shortly ahead of International Migrants Day, working together, Quakers in Britain, American Friends Service Committee,

Migrants Day plea for justice

Ahead of International Migrants Day on Friday,

Remembering the Kindertransport

David Attenborough, Esther Rantzen and Quakers in Britain’s Marigold Bentley were among the speakers

Kinder, refugees and host families: then and now

Quaker Marigold Bentley will be speaking about Quakers and Kindertranspor

Simon Watkins Travel to Calais

Myself and my partner Leila are planning, subject to travel restrictions, to volunteer at the Refugee Community Kitchen

An evening with Martin Francis

Cancelled due to Coronavirus
Settle Area Refugee Support Fundraiser

Doncaster Conversation Club

Working with asylum-seekers and refugees.

Breakfast to meet Palestinian farmers


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