World War One: Quaker witness to peace and non-violence
This Exhibition illustrates the experience of Quakers facing the challenges of WW1. It pays tribute to the courage of those people and communities (not just Quakers) who expressed their faith and conviction in opposing war and in working for peace. It highlights the need for our continuing commitment to peace-making and nonviolent resolution of conflicts.
The Exhibition has been displayed at a number of venues, including Yearly Meetings at various sites across Australia, as well as at libraries, churches and festivals in NSW, Victoria, Tasmania, ACT, South Australia and Western Australia since 2014. The WWI Exhibition is booked to travel through 2018.
This exhibition was prepared in 2014 the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in NSW.Â Design by ARMEDIA Pty Ltd.