Climate Change: Building the Will for Action
Key players discuss the importance of collective action on climate change. Whether we are students, investors, entrepreneurs, policy makers, neighbours or people of faith this panel urges us to show tough love and take responsibility for our planet's future. Filmed in 2014, its themes resonate more now than ever.
Democracy and the Common Good: What do we Value?
With the help of an audience of 90 students, Harvard Philosophy professor Michael Sandel draws out key philosophical principles relating to the common good and globalisation: the nature of our responsibilities and obligations to those near and far; how solidarity might be defined and embodied in a globalised world and what might be the extent of, or perhaps limits to, our compassion.
Liveable London: Wellbeing, Resilience & City Life
What makes London a resilient city that can so successfully stand the test of time? What does it mean for a city of such size and popularity to be liveable? To what extent did London's very success influence the result of the 2016 EU referendum? What are the factors beyond economics that make a city great?
Money and the Kingdom of God
Dr Eve Poole and Canon Dr Angus Ritchie offer a vision of what a kingdom of God's love might look like right here, right now and how our personal choices can bring its reality closer; including insight and suggestions both for our own financial choices, and for how we can influence corporations and government to use their money for good.