Rethinking Security with Northern Friends Peace Board (NFPB)

Manchester & Warrington Quaker Peace Group invite you to an afternoon led by Northern Friends Peace Board (NFPB).  

NFPB Co-ordinator, Philip Austin, will introduce the work of the Board, lead us in reflecting on current security issues, what a richer understanding of national security might entail and how it might be built.  The afternoon is planned to be participatory and interactive.  We hope you can join us for what should be a useful and interesting couple of hours. 
Friends and non-Friends are welcome.  

SATURDAY 25th MARCH 2023, 1.30pm refreshments, for 2pm start, 

Central Manchester Quaker Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester, M2 5NS

 Please email the address* below to confirm attendance (not strictly necessary but numbers help with planning). The event is scheduled to finish before 4.30pm.

*E mail: should you require any further information contact

Northern Friends Peace Board was set up in 1913 to advise and encourage Quakers in the North in the active promotion of peace. The Board has many connections within the broader peace movement, acting as a catalyst for action and thinking on peace               

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