When the people of the Island discover a man and a tattered raft on their beach, they are reluctant to take him in. He doesn’t look like them. But they cannot send him back to the sea where he will surely perish. Instead, they put him aside but even that doesn’t solve their problem.
Some photos from the Conference, and from the beautiful garden at Woodbrooke Continue reading “Photos from the Forced Migration Conference Feb 2017”
Minute from the ‘Forced Migration: how can Quakers respond’ Conference held at Woodbrooke 3-5 February 2017;
Hosted by the Quaker Asylum and Refugee Network, Quaker Council on European Affairs, Quaker United Nations Office, Quaker Peace and Social Witness and Woodbrooke.
We remind Quakers of Advices & Queries 33 and 32: Continue reading “Minute from the ‘Forced Migration: how can Quakers respond’ Conference 5 February 2017”