St Paul's Institute
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.
Monday, June 19, 2017
St Paul's Institute has a vacancy for a Senior Researcher. More »
On the 22 March 2017 we ran a virtual event showcasing new videos, articles, images and more to celebrate World Water Day. More »
Today, on World Water Day, we are holding a virtual event. We will be releasing new items each half hour throughout the day using the hashtag #JustWater17. More »
Join the team at St Paul's Institute and help run our world-class programme of events. More »
On Tuesday 21 February, a small group of us were fortunate enough to spend the evening in conversation on career change with journalist Lucy Kellaway. More »
by Anna Laycock
Unfortunately, in our economy one form of value tends to take precedence over others and it distorts the way we see and act in the world. More »
The legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. is lasting because he reminds us to strive for a lofty ideal of what we could be. More »
We often forget that work can be the point at which we integrate our personal, civic and spiritual selves into one complete and powerful whole. More »
by Amrita Bhohi
Can we respond to the true nature of the environmental tragedy from just a political, economic or even ecological perspective? More »
Book Review of David Goodhart's new work.
Blog post on trust, ethics and culture in finance from David Rouch, Chair of the St Paul's Institute Advisory Council.
The Archbishop of Canterbury's Just Finance Foundation announced today the appointment of Douglas Flint, Chairman of HSBC Holdings PLC as non-executive Chairman of the Foundation.
Church of England Paper assesses shale gas and fracking as they relate to local communities, the environment, UK energy policy and the UK's commitment to carbon reduction targets under the COP21 agreement.
Thirteen leading international asset owners and five asset managers with over £2 trillion under management have launched the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI).