Resources

Trainings We Offer

Conscientious Objection to Military Service

  • Quakers have a long-standing history of participating in conscientious objection to military service. In the honor of the Quaker Peace Testimony, below are resources on conscientious objection, both past and present.
  • G.I. Hotline Factsheet – provides information and support regarding military discharges & counseling
  • Quaker House – North Carolina based organization providing resources, support, and training for concientious objectors

Glossary and Reference


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