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Located within the City of London, St Paul's Institute seeks to foster an informed Christian response to the most urgent ethical and spiritual issues of our times: equality, stewardship and the meaning of the common good.

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A panel discussion on how water impacts politics, policy and conflict.
Discussion of what we can learn from the past.
Bishop of Salisbury JustWater Lent Evensong Sermon

Double-edged Philanthropy

by Barbara Ridpath

Barbara Ridpath helps us to consider if philanthropy is a better model for wealth redistribution than tax policy. More »

 Barbara Ridpath

Highlights from 2017

by St Pauls Institute

As 2017 ends and the New Year approaches we present some of this year's highlights. More »

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Productive Time

by Barbara Ridpath

The United Kingdom has a productivity problem. Here you will find a slightly 'tongue in cheek' response to a serious problem for your holiday reading. More »

 Barbara Ridpath

City Giving - How to Think About It

by Maddy Fry

As government subsidies for charities and the arts dwindle, what should be the role of the City? More »

 Maddy Fry

Mentoring for Success: Celebrating the International Day of the Girl

by Jodi Kiang

To celebrate the International Day of the Girl, St Paul's Institute, in partnership with Girls Talk London, hosted young women from schools across London for an evening of mentoring. More »

 Jodi Kiang

Reflections, 10 Years On

by Dr Eve Poole

Further thoughts on lessons from the Financial Crisis More »

Dr Eve Poole

Ten Lessons for the Tenth Anniversary of the Financial Crisis

by Barbara Ridpath

Hoping time brings some fresh insights into the lessons from the financial crisis. More »

 Barbara Ridpath

Overcoming The Divisions Of Partition 70 Years On

by Jasvir Singh

Thinking about how faiths who once lived in harmony were driven apart at partition and what we can learn from it.First published by The Huffington Post More »

 Jasvir Singh

The Fall of Farron Poses Deep Questions for our Democracy

by David Barclay

Institute Associate David Barclay discusses the implications of the Liberal Democrat leader's resignation for the nature of our political debate. More »

 David Barclay
Democracy and the Common Good
Church investors announce a harder line on AGM policy
http://bit.ly/2E7TnEP

The Church of England's investor's group says it will take a harder line on businesses that don't make enough progress.

Should there be any limits to free speech?
http://bbc.in/2BZwb9I

Sixty people from around the world join upcoming St Paul's Institute speaker Professor Michael Sandel in a digital studio at Harvard to discuss free speech.

How to solve the UK's wealth inequality problem
http://bbc.in/2BUQb1W

A family on the average wage would have to bank every single penny for 43 years to reach the wealthiest 10 per cent.

In the Vanguard: Fund giants urge CEOs to be 'Force for Good'
http://on.ft.com/2s4TXlb

Passive managers link up to deliver checklist letter to change corporate behaviour

Why Christians should care about massive inequality - and what we should do
http://bit.ly/2DzwzS6

According to Oxfam, the 42 wealthiest people in the world hold the same amount of wealth as the 3.7 billion poorest; half of the world's population. What is our response as Christians?

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