From Friday 22 January nuclear weapons are banned under international law. Quakers are joining an array of statements, witness and worship, to welcome this historic milestone.
Peacebuilding: What we have done
Quakers in Scotland make a submission to the consultation on the incorporation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child into Scots Law
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 and ForcesWatch welcome the recommendations made in a report from the Scottish Parliament about armed forces activities in schools.
A joint Quaker/ForcesWatch petition on the military presence in Scottish schools, which was signed by over
Quakers in Scotland and ForcesWatch are presenting a
What can Quakers do about Militarism: a workshops across the UK in May to explore how Friends can increase public awareness, debate and scrutiny of militarisation in society.
The Scottish Government is being urged to investigate the way the armed forces operate in secondary schools and strike a “new deal” for children.