A short video made by Southern Africa Yearly Meeting, about the Zulu word ubuntu, which means “I am because you are”. The 2024 World Plenary Meeting in South Africa and … Read more

In this webinar conversation with Lindsey Fielder Cook, Representative for Climate Change at the Quaker United Nations Office in Geneva, learn more about how Quakers are actively engaged in the … Read more

FWCC engages at the United Nations through the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ). The Commission meets annually in Vienna and every five years the Commission holds an … Read more

Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC), represented by the Quaker United Nations Office in Geneva (QUNO) is the only accredited faith-based observer organisation actively engaged at the Intergovernmental Panel on … Read more

In this first session of Quaker Conversations, series 2, we hear from Professor Molly Anderson, an expert in sustainable food systems and Epa Ndahimana, an expert on cassava as a … Read more

For the second session of Quaker Conversations in series 2 “What impact has the shift to online Quakerism had on you?”, we¬†were joined by Michael Eccles, Executive Secretary for FWCC-EMES, … Read more

During this hybrid event recorded on 6 November 2021, Lindsey Fielder Cook, Representative for Climate Change at the Quaker United Nations Office in Geneva, and Olivia Hanks, Programme Manager for … Read more

In this video, our International Membership Secretary, Harry Albright, explains what FWCC is by covering the following questions: What does FWCC stand for? When did FWCC begin? How does FWCC … Read more

Gretchen Castle, the previous General Secretary, gives us a quick history lesson of Quakers worldwide. In this video Gretchen explores why, where, and when Quakerism began – as well as … Read more

In 2020, FWCC World Office partnered with Woodbrooke to create a video series in the hope it would create a¬†spiritual inspiration during the season of Advent. Over the four weeks … Read more