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12 September 2008

Peace and sustainability: one testimony - preview
Paul Ingram is director of BASIC, an NGO working on nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation
  • He has particular expertise on Iran and often represents Iranian perspectives in meetings
  • Paul is in the Quaker Peace & Social Witness group on human security and the environment
  • He feels that Quakers have a contribution to make to sustainability

  • My green politics followed my peace awareness
  • My older brother came back from college talking about nuclear weapons
  • I couldn’t understand how humans could be so stupid
  • I went on my first CND march at fourteen and came into contact with Quakers for the first time
  • I started attending Meeting in Reigate as a sixth former
  • Sitting in silence for an hour was incredibly challenging but worthwhile and Quakerism seemed to be a section of the church that practised what it preached – but didn’t preach

  • Paul Ingram

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