Around Europe | Quaker Council for European Affairs
Around Europe is QCEA’s newsletter, which is sent to subscribers five times per year. It includes news on our work and on other developments of concern to Quakers and others. Around Europe is published in English, and selected articles available in other languages.
The Australian Friend is the official journal of The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Australia Inc. It has been continuously published since 1887. There are four issues per year, in March, June, September and December.
The Australian Friend is available free online to all readers. This includes the opportunity to comment on articles (comments are moderated before publication). A printed version is available to those Members of Australian Yearly Meeting who request it at no cost. Non-members who wish to obtain the printed version should contact email@example.com for a price.
The Canadian Friends Historical Association Newsletter
The CFHA published Newsletters from 1972 to 2005, then from 2008 to 2019. These can be found here, alongside selected issues of the Canadian Quaker History Journal and the blog which they currently use to publish news.
The Interchange is Baltimore Yearly Meeting's quarterly newsletter. Published since the 1930s, the Interchange includes news of the Yearly Meeting, its committees and events, and of local Meetings across our community.
The children's work edition of Journeys in the Spirit is a resource providing materials for adult Quakers working with children aged 5 to 12 in Quaker Meetings, all age events, residential gatherings and camps.
North Carolina Yearly Meeting (Conservative) Journal In Seventh month 2000, North Carolina Yearly Meeting (Conservative) approved the publication of an occasional journal, the purpose of which is to help make our yearly meeting’s identity and values known to others. (As one Friend observed, if we
Northern Friends Peace Board - Updates and reports
Quakers from throughout the North of Britain, meeting and working together ‘to advise and encourage Friends in the North … and through them their fellow citizens, in the active promotion of peace in all its height and breadth.’
The Peace Museum explores the history and the often untold stories of peace, peacemakers, social reform and peace movements. It occupies three small galleries in one of Bradford’s many fine Victorian buildings. It is unique in that it is the only accredited museum of its kind in the UK.