Building Peace in Diverse Britain

We are committed to addressing concerns around racism and conflict in our communities, with responses rooted in our Quaker approaches to peace, equality and integrity.

We believe that peace can only be sustainable when built through non-violent means and by recognising the worth of each person.

We aim to support and encourage people in positive action towards building communities and by creating a framework to allow openness, conversation and dialogue.

We have been arranging events that bring people together from diverse backgrounds and perspectives, to learn and to support one another in building peace and tackling racism in our communities. You can read a report of our past five years’ work here and a two-page summary here.

Download our 2006 leaflet on Tackling Racism, Building Peace

REPORT of 2011 conference

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