Contact Us/Members

Contact QARN:

Email to  at info@qarn.org.ukINFO@QARN.ORG.UK

Phone: Sheila Mosley: tel: 07751888391

Post: c/o Sheila Mosley, Leicester Quakers,  16, Queens Road, Leicester LE2 1WP

FacebookQuaker Asylum and Refugee Network – QARN

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As members of QARN we work to change the way that Asylum Seekers and Refugees are treated, to ensure that justice and compassion are the guiding principles.’

Some members of the network work directly with people seeking asylum and refugees, providing support, practical help and advocacy; others give time to networking and attend meetings of national campaigns on issues like detention or destitution; some make their main role raising awareness within their local and area meetings.

If you share our concern about injustice, and would like to take part in working towards a fairer and more compassionate system, please join us.  There is no need for prior experience.  Join our email group, receive news, listen in to what others are saying, and contribute your ideas.

Quakers can join the QARN email group – please email info@qarn.org.uk asking to be joined to the QARN network (we started with a different name),  and giving the name of the Local Meeting that you attend.

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The Steering Group: January 2020 – 2021
Nominated members: Catherine Henderson, David Forbes, Jane Mace

Treasurer: Rosemary Crawley

Ex-officio roles: QARN links to other groups: Barbara Forbes, Bridget Walker, Catherine Henderson, Rosemary Crawley, Fred Ashmore, David Forbes, Sheila Mosley

Website, and eGroup: Sheila Mosley


If you would like us to send copies of our leaflets, please contact leaflets@qarn.org.uk

If you have queries about making a donation, please see the Donate page: http://qarn.org.uk/donate/. You can contact our Treasurer: treasurer@qarn.org.uk


As members of QARN we work to change the way that Asylum Seekers and Refugees are treated, to ensure that justice and compassion are the guiding principles.’

Some members of the network work directly with people seeking asylum and refugees, providing support, practical help and advocacy; others give time to networking and attend meetings of national campaigns on issues like detention or destitution; some make their main role raising awareness within their local and area meetings.

If you share our concern about injustice, and would like to take part in working towards a fairer and more compassionate system, please join us.  There is no need for prior experience.  Join our email group, receive news, listen in to what others are saying, and contribute your ideas.

Quakers can join the QARN email group – please email info@qarn.org.uk asking to be joined to the QARN network (we started with a different name),  and giving the name of the Local Meeting that you attend.