We’ll be in the Large Meeting House and Margaret Fell rooms at Friends House, Euston (173-177 Euston Road, NW1 2BJ) – it’s right opposite Euston Station.
Drop in from 2-4.30 pm (Large Meeting House)
We will have a series of tables where you can ask questions, or do different activities. These include:
- A welcome table – where there will be information about the No Faith In War day and we will be able to answer many of your logistical questions.
- A roles table, for anyone taking on a role on the Tuesday (first aid, legal observer, videography, photography)
- Mini-banner making table
- Personal statement writing table – to write a short statement of ‘why I am here’
2-2.45 pm – Protest Singing Workshop (in the Large Meeting House)
2.50 pm – Know your Rights shout out (in the Large Meeting House)
3.00 pm – Turning the Tide
workshop: spiritual grounding for witness (in the Margaret Fell Room)
3.30-4.15 pm Protest Singing Workshop (in the Large Meeting House)
All afternoon in the Margaret Fell room there will also be time for conversations in affinity groups or working groups or for people who may need a quieter space for preparation and reflection.
Evening Briefing: 5-8.30 pm
This will include time in worship, running through the timetable for the day of action and logistical information, hearing from Juliet Prager (deputy recording clerk for Quakers in Britain), also someone who has been at the demonstration that day, know your rights information, and some singing together. Leave feeling fully prepared and spiritually grounded.
If you want to print it, you can download our ‘Things to bring to DSEI’ zine here! (you can simply print it on A4 and then fold it up into a little booklet) – otherwise, see the individual images below for what you can bring!
Some of the Roots of Resistance core group met today in London to make final preparations for our action against the DSEI arms fair next month, taking place on 3rd September as part of the No Faith in War day.
In the next few weeks, you can expect emails with more call outs for volunteers, info about the action, and area organisers should check our new updates page for news!
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We’ll see you on 3rd September (or on the 2nd September in Friends House, Euston if you can make it).