Quaker South Asia Interest Group
Quaker South Asia Interest Group

Welcome to Quaker South Asia Interest Group

Please see News and Events for details of the next meeting of QSAIG.

 

The Quaker South Asia Interest Group brings together people who are intetrested in Quaker activities in South Asia.

Members involved include those with extensive experience of working in South Asia and others who have never been there but have an active interest.

How can Quakers make South Asia a happier and more harmonious part of the world? 

Our projects

Information about the South Asia Intertest Group is available for its members.

About us

If you're interested in our work and would like to support us, read about us and  the projects we've contributed to in the past.

Get involved!

Find out how by contacting us at:

Quaker South Asia Interest Group
Tel: +44 113 4400736
E-mail: germ.buster@phonecoop.coop

News

We would like to express our deepest and sincerest sympathy and condolences to the people of Sri Lanka and all those who have suffered such an appalling and tragic loss in the deaths and serious injuries of their loved ones in recent attacks in Colombo.
Whatever belief system one adheres to nothing can ever justify the dogma of violence and murder. We believe that it is our duty as human beings and citizens of civilised societies to dismantle stereotypes, to build understanding and trust, to replace ignorance with knowledge and prejudice with friendship.
The only way forward towards global peace and compassion is to commit ourselves to help eradicate violent extremism from our midst from all aspects of the social spectrum.
Our hearts and prayers go to all the victims and their families in the recent attacks, who will be in our thoughts.

Gilda Levy                    Women's Interfaith Network

Quaker South Asia Interest Group (QSAIG) AGM

Westminster Friends Meeting House.

London

Saturday 12th October 2019.  10.00am - 4.00pm

 
contact Stuart Morton  stuartm46@gmail.com

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