Turning the Tide logo

Turning the Tide is a social action training programme run by Quakers in Britain (offsite link), registered charity number 1127633.

Our address is Friends House, 173 Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ. 

View a map of our location and directions to Friends House (offsite link).

General enquiries

Email us: turningtide@quaker.org.uk

Phone us: +44 (0)20 7663 1064

Find us on Twitter: @TTTideUK

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Request a bespoke workshop

Turning the Tide bespoke workshops are offered on a donation basis to groups and organisations working for nonviolent social change.

If you are interested in requesting a workshop or training, please read the information about Workshops first, then fill in the form below.

Once we receive your request, a member of our staff team will get back to you as soon as we can. We will work with you to develop a workshop that best meets your needs and expectations. If we don’t think we’re the best people to support you with your issue, the chances are we know someone who can help, so we can put you in touch with others if necessary.

We will follow up afterwards to see how things are progressing. We are available to offer support over the longer term through a series of workshops if that would be useful.

Request a workshop

  • About you

    We ask for your contact details here so that we can connect with you and follow-up. We will not use this personal data for other purposes without asking your permission. We will not store these for longer than is necessary, and we promise that we’ll never sell or swap your details. Check our privacy policy for further information on our data use: http://www.quaker.org.uk/privacypolicy
  • What group, organisation or campaign is the workshop for?
  • If you don't have specific details, the general geographical area is useful to know.
  • About the workshop

  • Giving us a bit of notice (i.e. 2 months) is helpful, but if it's a more urgent request, feel free to ask and we'll do our best to help.
  • In general we recommend a full day workshop is best for exploring issues together. We can also offer shorter 'taster' workshops.
  • Feel free to provide an approximate number - it doesn't have to be exact.
  • Use this space to tell us about any specific access requirements for the participants, or other things about the group it might be useful to know.
  • How did you hear about us?