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St Paul's Institute summer round-up
31 July 2015
As the blue skies of summer return, we have put together a digest of all the latest articles, videos and pictures from St Paul’s Institute over the past few months.
We have had some wonderful events and are truly encouraged by everyone who attends and makes all the effort worthwhile.
Articles from St Paul’s Institute:
by Barbara Ridpath
The very fact that the Pope chose the environment at the subject of his first encyclical highlights the urgency of the issue and calls people to action.
Ethical Banking: Not an Oxymoron
by Barbara Ridpath
How can financial institutions begin to re-earn the trust and confidence of their customers? Here are six basic strategies.
Public Vulnerability is the Key to Shared Success
by Robert Gordon
Can we encourage a new public discourse that is openly vulnerable and ready to discuss our own flaws so that they might be overcome together?
Articles from Guest Writers:
by Tanya Barman
A new survey of nearly 2,500 management accountants has been released by CGMA, what does it say about the state of ethical business today?
Government Policymaking - How does it work?
by John Alty
Following on from the recent House of Bishops' letter, how can the Church most effectively engage with government policymaking?
It Doesn't Have To Be Like This
by Andrew Bradstock and Jenny Sinclair
This election campaign is bringing into sharp relief how out of touch the 'political' conversation has become.
Climate Change and the Common Good
by Baroness Worthington
We need to change course on climate change, and quickly, but action by any one individual or any one country alone cannot guarantee a resolution.
Would You Like to Have More Power?
by the Revd Canon Dr Angus Ritchie
Although we live in a democracy, many voters feel life is shaped by external economic forces. What would it take for these systems to be placed at the service of a truly common good?
Or watch the video of the whole event here