What's On

April - What's On

19-21 April - Retreat - Ecological Homecoming: nature-connection retreat to support our climate witness
The retreat will begin at 16:00 on Friday and end with lunch on Sunday
Glenthorne Guest House and Conference Centre https://www.woodbrooke.org.uk/courses/ecological-homecoming-nature-connection-retreat-to-support-our-climate-witness/
Facilitated by Jack Durtnall and Kim Harrison 

24 April - 7 to 8.30 pm - Resilient Communities: placemaking to meet the climate crisis
Cherice Bock https://www.woodbrooke.org.uk/courses/resilient-communities-placemaking-to-meet-the-climate-crisis/

30 April - 8.30 to 9.30 pm - Conversations With Our Children: climate change and justice
Rachael Swancott https://www.woodbrooke.org.uk/courses/conversations-with-our-children-climate-change-and-justice/

May - What's On

2 May - Local Elections in some areas - an opportunity to talk to prospective Councillors about the local plans that deal with the environmental and climate crises. 

13 May - Quaker Ecochurch Network: support for meetings
19:00-20:30 (UK time)
Gordon Benson and Kim Harrison

Unsure where to start? Want practical advice to facilitate meaningful steps towards sustainability locally? The Quaker Ecochurch Network supports Meetings to share experience, achieve eco-accreditation, and act on our commitment to sustainability.



June - What's On

11 June - Resilient Communities: transition towns and our Quaker community
18:30-20:30 (UK time)
Kim Harrison
Practical, local initiatives can build resilience to meet the challenges of peak oil, climate change, and financial crisis. A historic opportunity for the re-visioning of society. Explore how Quaker communities can contribute to this growing movement.



11 June to 2 July - Migration and Peace in Europe
The live Zoom sessions are every Tuesday at 18:30-20:00 (UK time)
Saskia Basa and Catherine Henderson

Woodbrooke, Quaker Asylum and Refugee Network and Quaker Council for European Affairs working in partnership.

What are the links between migration and peace? This course, led by the Quaker Asylum Refugee Network and Saskia Basa, Migration and Peace Coordinator at the Quaker Council of European Affairs, will seek to answer this question.