Quaker South Asia Interest Group
Quaker South Asia Interest Group

What we do

We seek to raise the profile of Quaker related work in South Asia.

 

 

NEWSLETTERS

 

QSAIG Newsletter May 2019
QSAIG Newsletter for May 2019. Editor Robert Gallagher. Information about past and present projects and work in South Asia that will be of interest to Quakers with an interest in the sub continent.
QSAIG Newsletter, May 2019.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.6 MB]
QSAIG Newsletter August 2017
A collection of articles relating to Quaker interests in South Asia contributed by QSAIG members and supporters. Edited by Rob Gallagher.
QSAIG Newsletter, July 2017 SM.pdf
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QSAIG Newsletter July 2016
Articles about South Asia of interest to Quakers
QSAIG Newsletter, July 2016.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.1 MB]
QSAIG Newsletter April 2015
Newsletter produced for Britain Yearly Meeting 2015
QUAKER SOUTH ASIA INTEREST GROUP.pdf
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QSAIG Newsletter July 2014
Activities and articles of interest to those wanting to keep in touch with Quaker interests in South Asia
QSAIG Newsletter July 2014.pdf
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QSAIG Newsletter January 2014
Comments and contributions welcome for our next issue.
QSAIG Newsletter Jan 2014.pdf
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Newsletter May 2013.pdf
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QSAIG Newsletter No 12 - Sept 2008.pdf
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Get involved!

Find out how by contacting us at:

Quaker South Asia Interest Group
Tel: 44 (0) 7947273545
E-mail: smithnorman@gmail.com 

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

12 Montagu Place, Leeds, LS8 2RG.  10.00am - 4.00pm.

17th October 2020.

 
contact:  Norman Smith
smithnorman@gmail.com
Tel: 0794727345

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