These articles, news reports and letters have been published in the Friend, the independent weekly journal for Quakers. They are here by permission of the editor and with the agreement of the authors.
BYM and Q-CAT express opposition to the Overseas Operations Bill
Sound bite: Juliet Morton on a choral work that challenges torture
Slow motion: Barbara Forbes on the need for behind-the-scenes activitism
Are we aroused to action? Barbara Forbes discusses the recent Q-CAT conference
People like us: World Refugee Day and the UN International Day in Support of the Victims of Torture, by Juliet Morton
Q-CAT at Friends in Wales meeting
Feeding the Darkness advertisement, placed 3 times
Feeding the Darkness: Letter from Vivien Whitaker
Feeding the Darkness
Lynn and Dave Morris of Journeymen Theatre give an account of the creative and spiritual journey behind their recent production Feeding kthe Darkness, commissioned by the Quaker Concern for the Abolition of Torture
The divine in all
Juliet Morton considers the question: why can we countenance torture?
The stories behind the statistics: news item about Feeding the Darkness at Britain Yearly Meeting
The secret history of torture
Michael Still reflects on ‘turning a blind eye’ to torture
Letter from Michael Still
Q-CAT Report to Meeting for Sufferings (new item)
Trustees of Q-CAT ask: Is justice being served by secret trials?
Is a ‘little bit’ of torture ok?
Why silence? (Quakers on torture)
Quaker concern for the abolition of torture
Juliet Morton, Convenor
Jane Laxton, Newsletter Ed.