This listing includes events and activities in the north of Britain and further afield, Quaker and non-Quaker. Where we are not the organiser, we  give links to the groups or individuals to contact where we have these.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, most of the events currently listed are online.
Please let us know of any additions or changes that are needed

  • January 2021

    • Monday 4 to Sunday 28 Feb Climate Crisis, Faith & Witness Reading Group
      Woodbroke course. For information see website.
    • Monday 4 to Wednesday 3 Feb Thinking NonViolently
      Woodbroke course. For anyone who wants to be part of a more peaceful world. See website for details.
    • Wednesday 6 to Saturday 27 Feb Facing Up To Conflict
      4 week course. For details see website.
    • Thursday 21 Why A ‘Wooden’ Northumbrian Will Spell A Brighter Future
      Paul Brennan, Chair of North East of England Climate Coalition. Hexham Debates. For invitation and zoom link, sign up here
    • Friday 22 Celebration of TPNW entry into force
      online gathering to celebrate the entry into force of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons with a short Thanksgiving Service hosted by the Network of Christian Peace Organisations.  11:30am
    • Friday 22 Celebration of Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapona
      Gathering to celebrate the TPNW. 11,30-1.00pm. On Zoom.
    • Friday 22 Let’s Celebrate the TPNW
      International Peace Bureau. 1pm virtual party. Register here.
    • Friday 22 Music to Celebrate the TPNW
      Join Musicians for Peace & Disarmament for an evening of celebration. 7.30pm. Register here.
    • Monday 25 Help Stop The Horror
      Join the global protest against war in Yemen. Stop the War Coalition. Online rally, 7pm.
    • Monday 25 International Day of Action on Yemen
    • Saturday 30 to Saturday 20 Feb Facing Up To Conflict Level 1
      AVP. 10am-12pm, 2.00pm-4.00pm. 4/4
  • February 2021

    • Saturday 6 Climate Crisis: Young People’s Perspectives on Their Future
      Hexham Debates, facilitated by Tyndale Transformed. For invitation and zoom link sign up here.
    • Thursday 11 Online Facilitation 101
      training event offered by CAAT
    • Saturday 27 What can the pandemic teach us about a good society?
      Hexham Debates. Helen Salisbury, for invitation and zoom like see hear.
  • March 2021

    • Saturday 13 Power to the people – Shaping UK climate policy through deliberative democracy.
      Gwen Buck, Policy adviser, Green Alliance. For invitation and zoom like, here.
    • Saturday 20 Population
      Simon Beard, Academic Programme Manager and Senior Research Associate in the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, Cambridge University. For invitation and zoom link, see here.
  • April 2021

    • Saturday 10 No Climate Justice – No Peace.

      Molly Scott Cato, Professor of Green Economics, Roehampton University. Invitation and zoom link here.

    • Friday 23 Bradford candlelit vigil to mark TPNW entry into force
      Join Bradford CND for a socially distanced candle lit walk around the lake in Lister Park to celebrate nuclear weapons becoming illegal under international law this year. Join the walk anytime between 8:30 and 9:00pm
  • May 2021

    • Saturday 15 Housing as a Human Right

      Hexham Debates.Tony Cain, ALACHO Policy Manager. Invitation and zoom link here.

    • Thursday 20 to Saturday 22 Possibilities of Peace Education: Evidence & Opportunities
      Quaker Council for European Affairs conference in Brussels. Online. More details here.
  • June 2021

    • Monday 21 Has the United Nations a future?

      Paul Rogers, Emeritus Professor of Peace Studies at Bradford University. Invitation and zoom link here.

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