Quakers challenge the practice of using public money to support arms manufacturers, even if that money is targeted at secondary areas such as training and development.
Quakers in Scotland are welcoming a change in the law to move Scotland to become a more non-violent nation.
Exciting news from Dundee Meeting! As our Meeting House is inaccessible for those with mobility problems and we have had long lease tenants on the ground floor,
Quakers in Scotland have produced this briefing for the Scottish Government debate on Human Rights on Thursday 13 December 2018
Quakers in Scotland are asking MSPs to support a proposed Conscientious Objectors memorial in Princes St Gardens, Edinrburgh, which will be debated in the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday 5 Decembe
Pendle Hill Pamphlets
Art as Soul’s Sanctuary : Mediations on Arts and Spirituality among Quakers and Beyond. Jennifer Elam. PHP 452
Quakers in Scotland welcome the Members Business Debate on the UN International Day of Peace 2018, taking place on Tuesday 18 th September.
Quakers, founded in 1647 by George Fox, are committed to working for equality, peace & social responsibility. Our faith is a search for truth, not an arrival.
Before the recent arms fair in Glasgow, Quakers in Tweeddale delivered a bunch of white roses to Susan Aitken, the leader of Glasgow City Council, with a letter expressing dismay that the Council
Quakers in Scotland and ForcesWatch welcome the recommendations made in a report from the Scottish Parliament about armed forces activities in schools.
Moscow Diary. Marjorie Farquharson. Matador. 2018
Quakernomics: an ethical capitalism. Mike King. Anthem Press. 2014
The new books this year include:
A Basic Income Handbook, Annie Miller, 2017, Edinburgh: Luath Press Ltd; ISBN 978-1-910745-78-6