Huddersfield Quakers

Support the UN nuclear ban treaty – Huddersfield

Market Place, Huddersfield Market Place, Huddersfield, Yorkshire

On 7 July 2017 at the UN, 122 States voted to adopt the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons – a landmark international agreement that outlaws, categorically, the worst weapons of mass destruction and establishes a pathway to their elimination. The UK refused to take part in the negotiations. At the vigil we are urging our local MPs to […]

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Peace and Justice Vigil – Huddersfield

Market Place, Huddersfield Market Place, Huddersfield, Yorkshire

A well attended monthly vigil which has recently focused on 'Stop Arming Saudi Arabia' organised by Huddersfield Quakers. Every 4th Saturday 12noon Market Place, Huddersfield HD1 2AN (beside the Market Cross). Call Robin: 07954 257 259  

Democracies don’t go to war – Huddersfield

Huddersfield Quaker Meeting House Church St, Paddock, Huddersdield, Yorkshire

Huddersfield Quakers are pleased to host Molly Scott Cato MEP, the Green Party speaker on Brexit and on Finance. Free event • Fully accessible venue Molly is a politician, academic, environmental and community activist, and green economist who is the current Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for the South West of England and Gibraltar. Within the European Parliament Molly […]

Digging Deeper: Hope in a Violent World, David Gee in Huddersfield

Huddersfield Quaker Meeting House Church St, Paddock, Huddersdield, Yorkshire

Fantastic that David Gee is to give the 2019 Quaker Lecture. Our deeply insecure times reflect a crisis of hope...as militarism displaces solidarity we'll dig deeper to explore what hope can really mean beyond naive optimism, and why it matters. Rethinking Security want a richer public debate about what security really means for people and planet. So they are developing […]

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