In this issue of The Young Quaker:
- News from Quaker protests at the British Museum
- What happened at Yearly Meeting Gathering, the largest gathering of British Quakers in years
- A report back from the YF(GM Free) weekend about Mental Health
Plus: news from Palestine, lots of reasons to visit Georgia in 2015, and a job ad from Geneva.
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It’s 50% longer than normal and it’s full of all the latest news and comment written for, by, and about young Quakers. It’s the new Yearly Meeting Gathering Special Issue of The Young Quaker!
With information about our last YFGM, at Woodbrooke; the YF(GM Free) that happened at Yealand in June, and forthcoming events for young Quakers, as well as news and editorials about George Fox University’s discrimination towards Jayce Marcus, and the ongoing conflict in Palestine, this issue is a great one!
Read it online here – TYQ – Aug 2014 (PDF, 904 KB) – or come and pick up a copy at Yearly Meeting Gathering!
This issue of The Young Quaker is truly international!
Inside you can find news about Quakers on the high seas, reflections from Pendle Hill Quaker Study Centre in the US, and a report from the EMEYF Spring Gathering in Macedonia. Closer to home, Diana Jeater talks about her forthcoming Woodbrooke course, ‘Doing Good, Doing Bad?’ and Julian Wood explains what it means to be a Qunitarian.
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The new issue is out!
In this February’s issue of The Young Quaker, we bring you stories about protesting the London Arms Fair, lots of opportunities for events to get involved with, tasty taco recipes, and more.
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This article is from the new October 2013 issue of The Young Quaker. You can read the full issue here.
By Sam Barnett-Cormack
Several weeks ago, on the 10th of September, I spent a day in London. This wasn’t some recreational trip, nor was it for work. I’d been asked to join a campaigning associate for a meeting with a minister in the current coalition government.