Friday 6 February 2015 – Sunday 8 February 2015
Explore how the issues of detention, destitution and deportation are deeply related to Quaker concerns and Testimonies; find mutual support amongst f/Friends engaged in this emotionally demanding work; maintain your sense of hope, and find ways to be active for change. The Conference is suitable for Quakers – Members, Attenders, Enquirers – who are involved in asylum-related issues, those who are curious or upholding others, or who are active in other aspects of social justice. We hope Area Meetings will encourage participation.
Course Leader Information
Maud Grainger is Woodbrooke’s Faith in Action Tutor. She is interested in how we live our witness in the world and community activism.
Ensuite Fee: £210.00
All bookings made online and paid for online will receive the discounted price stated above. Online bookings cost less time and resources and so we want to pass the savings on. 2014 course bookings made with a paper booking form will be charged the full price.
Standard Fee: £200