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Richard Sennett, professor of Sociology at the LSE, and Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol, to consider how citizens can live together in urban spaces and engage with our cities to make them work for all people.
With the help of an audience of 90 students, Harvard Philosophy professor Michael Sandel asks whether globalisation and inequality have eroded the bonds that hold communities together.
In May 2018, St Paul's Institute launched its report 'Fair Pay for Fair Work: A Look at Executive Pay' to consider policy recommendations that would make executive compensation more transparent and more just.

What does 2019 hold?

by St Pauls Institute

We asked some leading thinkers to predict a challenge, opportunity or ethical dilemma likely to face the financial sector in the UK during the next twelve months... More »

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Highlights from 2018

by St Pauls Institute

As 2018 draws to a close, we look back on some of highlights of the last 12 months. More »

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Understanding Output - An economist's perspective

by Professor Jagjit Chadha

Professor Jagjit Chadha helps us think through the productivity problem and explains why economic growth matters. More »

Professor Jagjit Chadha

Building Trust: with Purpose

by Rhian Johns

Rhian Johns shares why trust in business matters more than ever. More »

 Rhian Johns

A Rich Tapestry of Communities

by Robert Hughes-Penney

Robert Hughes-Penney, an Alderman of the City of London, helps us to think about the important role of community in the City. More »

 Robert Hughes-Penney

Mental Health and the City of London

by Jasvir Singh

On World Mental Health Day, Jasvir Singh reflects on the importance of mental health awareness in City firms. More »

 Jasvir Singh

Can we Organise Cities for Good?

by Richard Blyth

Richard Blyth of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) reflects on ways the built environment implicitly indicates who is welcome in a community. More »

 Richard Blyth

Give me your tired, your poor

by Barbara Ridpath

Barbara Ridpath, the former director of St Paul's Institute, reflects on a recent visit to Ellis Island. More »

 Barbara Ridpath

London Living Wage could be the biggest attack on poverty since creation of Welfare State

by Tim Thorlby

The widespread adoption of the Living Wage across London would be the biggest attack on poverty since the foundation of the Welfare State, because it would lift 700,000 people and their families out of poverty. More »

 Tim Thorlby
Democracy, Free Movement and the Common Good
World's 26 richest people own as much as poorest 50%, says Oxfam
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Charity calls for 1% wealth tax, saying it would raise enough to educate every child not in school

UK household debt hits new peak, says TUC
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Household debt in the UK has hit a fresh high, totalling 428bn, according to an analysis by the TUC.

Did you spend more or less this Christmas?
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As retailers reveal how they fared over the festive period, we asked shoppers in Nottingham if they spent more or less in the run-up to Christmas 2018.

UK CEOs make more in first three days of 2019 than worker's annual salary
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'Sickening' Fat Cat Friday figures show the disparity is growing

Archbishop of Canterbury's New Year Message
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The Most Rev Justin Welby reflects on the ways communities can be sources of hope in difficult times and how he's inspired by the community he established at Lambeth Palace.

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