Take action at Peace Hub: from resisting the arms trade to supporting Fairtrade—it’s easy to join in and completely free.
Peace Hub is temporarily closed from 3rd November.
Join in online to:
We’ll have a friendly (online) chat and you can take part in a simple action to help make the world a better place.
And you can relax with a complimentary cuppa at the same time! We’re at 41 Bull St, Birmingham, B4 6AF
We all want a world where we can feel safe, happy, and play our part. ‘Peace & Justice’ means making that world a reality: one step at a time.
At Peace Hub we believe that a just & peaceful world is possible if we work together. If that sounds like a world you’d like to be a part of, we’d love to connect with you! Check out our blog, twitter and Facebook to find out more and have your say.
And if it all seems a bit daunting: don’t worry, we’re here to help! You can be part of the community however much (or little!) time and energy you’ve got available.
Actions that you can take part in range from signing petitions and writing to your MP, to supporting efforts to make peace and build justice and sending messages of solidarity. When many individuals take action together, it adds up to make a big difference.
We focus on a different theme every two months, so you’re always welcome to pop back and see what’s new! All the themes aim to:
There are lots of organisations in the West Midlands, the UK and globally, who are doing great work for peace & justice. At Peace Hub our aim is to seek out and highlight this work.
As well as promoting the work of other peaceful and just organisations, we’re keen to work in partnership with groups in the West Midlands who are working for a better world.
If you are interested in finding out how we could work together, please get in touch.
Peace Hub is a Quaker organisation – we are led to take action by our faith.
But we’re not exclusive! We’re happy to work with people of any faith (or no particular faith) who are in sympathy with our call to act for peace and justice.
Our religious experience leads us to place a special value on truth, equality, simplicity and peace. These testimonies (as they are known) are lived rather than written. They lead Quakers to translate thier faith into action by working locally and globally for social justice, to support peacemakers and care for the environment.
We work closely with other projects of Central England Quakers.