Document Library

Records, Data and Libraries

Many documents are now stored on the Area Meeting intranet. For help accessing the intranet please email:

website@netaqm.org.uk 

 

It is important that we manage our data appropriately and keep good records.  A well managed Library is a resource for supporting the life of our Meetings.

Managing our records and Libraries

Library Staff at Friends House provide advice and guidance to Friends who are responsible for their own Meeting Libraries and Records. This includes a full range of help sheets and contacts for help.

GDPR

NETAM GDPR Consent Form (Jan 2024) – form to consent to use of your personal data by the Area Meeting

 

Area Meeting Minutes

NETAQM Minutes 2023-03

 

General Documentation

 

 

Health & Safety

We maintain our buildings to ensure they are safe for our use and their use by other people.

NETAM Health and Safety Policy 2019 – general policy for the North East Thames Area Meeting

H & S Risk assessment checklist blank – standard template for risk assessments

H & S Risk assessment checklist eg responses – standard template with example responses to help with completion

North East Thames Area Meeting statement on Gender Diversity


Transgender & Non-binary Inclusion Statement from North East Thames AM

“Facing turbulent times, Quakers in Britain seek a future where Quaker communities are loving, inclusive and all-age. All are heard, valued and supported both in our needs and our leadings. Everyone’s contribution is accepted according to their gifts and resources. All are welcomed and included.”

Our faith in the future (Quakers in Britain, 2015)

Quakers in North East Thames Area Meeting are aware that our community is a continuing creation in which we seek to know and love ourselves and one another in all our differences, united at a profound level in our efforts to reach and respond to others in the things that are eternal.

We want our Local Meetings to be safe places where each person can come as their own true self and find a spiritual home.

We recognise that there is a growing awareness in society, and in the Society of Friends, that the terms ‘man’ and ‘woman’ prove incomplete when describing the diversity of gender identity and experience that exists.

We hope that we can all grow together in our understanding of gender identity.

We want it to be known that our Area Meeting is a place where all are welcomed and nurtured, including people who are transgender and non-binary.

We hope that we can share a spiritual companionship, creating a place where we can all listen to and connect with one another, and accompany one another with love.

North East Thames Area Meeting held 18.ii.2017