In this column, Mairead Maguire, peace activist from Northern Ireland and Nobel Peace Laureate 1976, explains why thirty women peacemakers from 15 countries made a historic crossing of the demilitarised zone between North and South Korea in May, and describes how the tearing apart of Korean families and their physical separation from each other is one of the greatest tragedies arising out of man-made ‘Cold War’ politics and isolation.
- Epistle of the Quaker Community in Southern Africa Yearly Meeting 2021 2 August 2021
- Quaker Community in Southern Africa endorses SACC statement 2 August 2021
- Statement on the Failed Insurrection and Civil Unrest in South Africa 2 August 2021
- Richard Gush Lecture 2021 20 June 2021
- SA Quaker News — June 2021 out now 14 June 2021