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Quaker Earthcare and Climate Change Resources

RELEVANT LINKS OF WEBSITES, ARTICLES http://www.quakerearthcare.org/ Quaker Earthcare Witness (QEW) is a network of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in North America and other like-minded people who are taking spirit-led action to address ecological and social crises from a … Continue reading

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QLA continues to gather information about courses, websites, on-line learning opportunities and earthcare resources.

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Mary Harris (1891–1978) [by Charles Stevenson]

Mary Harris’s ministry in meeting was a weekly treasure. Not only because of her magnificent Scottish lilt, but because of the poetry she shared. She inspired many an attender to purchase that poetry to read more – Tagore, John Masefield, … Continue reading

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Frederick Coleman (1865 – 1951) [by Charles Stevenson]

An astonishing phenomenon about South Australian Friends of the 1860s and 1870s was the number of children who became devoted members of the Society of Friends, without any such group as Young Friends to bind them together. Outstanding among these … Continue reading

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John Francis Hills (1867 1948) [by Charles Stevenson]

‘Peace advocates in trouble’ ‘Riotous crowd in Botanic Park’ ‘Throw him in the Torrens’ ‘anti-War-Advocate Molested’ ‘Police use their batons’ ‘Constables and Soldiers Fall Out’

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Notes on a workshop presented at the Adelaide Meeting House on Saturday 27 August 2011

The workshop titled The practicalities of earthcare: steps towards one-planet living was facilitated by Beth and Ray Mylius Outline Consideration focussed on three principal themes – food, the economy and our potential resilience to severe shocks. The starting point was … Continue reading

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