What’s the difference between solidarity and charity? Clare Bonetree shares some reflections. I was one of the early self-isolators, not because of symptoms but because I was informed that the medicine I take puts me at a higher risk of serious illness. Overnight I became ‘vulnerable’, one of the people for whom the rest of … Continued
Stories & Reflections
We are deeply troubled to see Quakers seeking advice about whether they can meet for worship in public places without fear of arrest. Extraordinary Our concern comes from what many are deeming as the extraordinary decision from the Metropolitan Police to ban all peaceful and nonviolent protest related to Extinction Rebellion anywhere in London. Late … Continued
Turning the Tide is running three workshops at Greenbelt Festival this year, exploring spirituality and activism, creative action tactics, and hope. See you there?
Lisa Cumming reflects on the power of collective silence as an act of witness, following the Silent Walk for Grenfell one year on from the fire.
Milan Rai makes the case for shifting from ‘mobilising’ to ‘organising’ to win power for positive social change.