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20 April 2007


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A chance to see Quaker work in Brussels from the inside
Friends with an interest in Europe will be able to see Quaker work in Brussels at first hand this summer
  • A special study tour aimed at Friends is being finalised by QCEA Programme Assistant Sarah Barnett and will run from 7 to 15 July
  • Its aims are simple: to help Friends learn more about what Quakers are doing at a European level to influence policy-makers

  • During a packed programme, those attending will be able to visit NATO and the European Institutions; the European Parliament in Strasbourg with the chance to meet and talk with MEPs; as well as visiting the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights
  • One of the highlights will be a presentation on the work that Sarah and her fellow Programme Assistant Sophie Miller are doing on conflict prevention issues within African, Caribbean and Pacific countries – and these will focus on nine particular case studies


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