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Quakerism

I've worked primarily with community groups for many years – mostly in the UK, but also in Eastern Europe, Africa and the Caribbean. The materials produced from that work have relevance not just to the people who commissioned them, but many other communities too. For that reason I maintain an on-line archive of my work.

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Work Archive:
'Themes' Index

Articles

Handouts

Infographics

Media Coverage

Podcasts

Presentations

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Reports/Research

Themes

Activism

Climate

Cyberwarfare

Ecological Limits

Energy

FLOSSH

'Fracking'

Hacktivism

Nuclear

'Outdoors'

Peace

Permaneering

Planning

Pollution/Waste

Simplicity/Less

Quakerism

Video and Audio

The 'Quaker' theme includes work for my local Quaker Area Meeting, and related information.

If you'd like more information about Quakerism go to the Quakers in Britain site.


The 'Quakerism' Theme

inc image Thoughts on the Future of Adderbury Meeting House

October 2012

As part of the deliberations on the future of a historic meeting house near Banbury, I wrote this report detailing my observations on the condition of the building, its history, and how the future of the building might be secured.

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inc image 1652 Country Pilgrimage Development Weekend

March 2012

In 2011 I was involved in the re-enaction of the walk of John Woolman around Britain. As a results of that I was asked to attend the weekend at Swarthmoor on planning Quaker pilgrimages, and this was my report back to my Area Meeting.

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inc image The Simple Future Beyond Oil

June 2010

The convergence of our economic and ecological futures and the importance of change – a presentation for the Adderbury Gathering, Sunday 13th June 2010. We are living through "interesting times"; credit crises, recession and rising debt threaten to destabilise nation states. What we need to understand is the way human ecology works within these natural physical processes, how the contradictions between human systems and these natural processes define what is "unsustainable", and what this means for our future as we adjust to the natural limitations of our environment.

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