St Paul's Institute

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. More »

 Andrew Bradstock and Jenny Sinclair

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. More »

 Baroness Worthington

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? More »

the Revd Canon Dr Angus Ritchie

Africa Rising: The Ethics of Economic Transformation

by Ivor Agyeman-Duah

The Africa Rising narrative needs to mean more than middle class consumption at the shopping malls full of imported goods. More »

 Ivor Agyeman-Duah

Global Inequality and the Social Contract: The New Context for Business Ethics

by Robert Gordon

There is a massive opportunity for corporate leadership, and public sentiment is ready to embrace innovative responses that work towards shared value. More »

 Robert Gordon

Equality for All?

by Barbara Ridpath

A meditation on Archbishop Welby's talk at the Trinity Wall Street Institute conference 'Creating Common Good'. More »

 Barbara Ridpath

Mutual Dependence - Banking Culture and Individual Behaviour (Part II)

by Seth Thomas

Professionalising banking and instilling a code of ethics is one way of restoring trust in the financial system. More »

 Seth Thomas

Mutual Dependence - Banking Culture and Individual Behaviour (Part I)

by Seth Thomas

How do we change banking culture and when are we going to put individual behaviour at the centre of restoring trust in the banking system? More »

 Seth Thomas

The Individual in the Firm

by Barbara Ridpath

We need always to consider the individual and the collective responsibility that we have when we consider the firm. More »

 Barbara Ridpath
Beyond Election Day
Vatican urges action on climate change

The Vatican Science Academy will urge Christians to take action on climate change because it threatens the world's poor.

Crisis over? Not yet: 2015 will be the worst year in history for UK bank fines

S&P predicts that the big four's bill for misconduct fines and compensation for PPI and interest rate product mis-selling will hit almost 14bn this year.

More than a million people have used food banks in past year

The latest figures from the Trussell Trust, which coordinates a network of food banks in the UK, show a 19% year-on-year increase in food bank users.

Earth Day: scientists say 75% of known fossil fuel reserves must stay in ground

Leading scientists and economists release statement to mark Earth Day in which they urge leaders to keep to commitments to avoid dangerous global warming.

Payday lender Wonga reports 37.3m loss for 2014

Short-term lender Wonga made a pre-tax loss of 37.3m in 2014 amid a major overhaul of the controversial company.

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