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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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This event saw us launch our project 'Forgive Us Our Debts' with Theos, seeking to examine debt in the UK at the personal, corporate, and government levels.
We have high levels of debt in the system - at the personal/household, corporate, and government levels. This short animated film provides an introduction to the project "Forgive Us Our Debts", a collaboration between St Paul's Institute and Theos.
What is Growth, and how do we measure it? The journey from poverty to prosperity is widely measured by and credited to the growth in a country's GDP. But what if there is more to consider? What about the needs which this doesn't address - a healthy family life, civic participation, and freedom from discrimination or exploitation?

What do Londoners think Brexit will mean for the workplace?

by Sheila Nicoll

Sheila Nicoll, Lay Canon (Finance) of St Paul's Cathedral, reflects on how Brexit might affect working life in the city. More »

 Sheila Nicoll

Balance for Better

by Vanessa Sanyauke

On International Women's Day, Vanessa Sanyauke, CEO and Founder of Girls Talk London, helps us think about what can be done to help achieve gender balance around the world. More »

 Vanessa Sanyauke

Job Vacancy: Director of St Paul's Institute

by St Pauls Institute

We're recruiting! We are looking for a highly skilled and experienced leader to steer St Paul's Institute. More »

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Who is welcome here?

by Katie Harrison

Who is welcome here? That's the question the Bishop of London and a panel of city leaders will explore at the next St Paul's Institute event, on Monday 18 February. More »

 Katie Harrison

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
Democracy, Free Movement and the Common Good
Female entrepreneurs typically start businesses with half as much capital as men, damning report fin
www.telegraph.co.uk

Female entrepreneurs typically have to start businesses with only half as much capital as men, a damning new report will show on Thursday.

Rent-to-own crackdown to 'save consumers millions'
https://bbc.in/2NK9qOD

Plans to cap the costs of buying domestic goods such as TVs and fridges through rent-to-own shops have been confirmed by the City watchdog.

Church pressures firms on tax and with no women directors
https://bbc.in/2tQ83Vn

A group of Christian church investors is planning to put pressure on companies which have no women directors or a questionable record on tax.

Forgive us our debts: why we need the Christian teaching on debt more than ever
www.theosthinktank.co.uk

Natan Mladin introduces St Paul's Institute and Theos' upcoming report, 'Forgive us Our Debts' and explains why we need to start a better conversation about debt.

World's 26 richest people own as much as poorest 50%, says Oxfam
www.theguardian.com

Charity calls for 1% wealth tax, saying it would raise enough to educate every child not in school

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