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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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Discussion of what we can learn from the past.
Bishop of Salisbury JustWater Lent Evensong Sermon
Bishop James Jones gives a JustWater sermon

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

A Christian Politics of Persuasion

by The Revd Dr James Walters

A look at the role of the Church in promoting constructive conversations that allow us to dialogue in search of understanding even when we disagree. More »

The Revd Dr James Walters

Had Enough of Elections? Let's Talk About What's Good.

by David Rouch

The Chairman of St Paul's Institute Advisory Council see the general election as an occasion to reconsider the common good. More »

 David Rouch

New Releases for World Water Day

by St Pauls Institute

On the 22 March 2017 we ran a virtual event showcasing new videos, articles, images and more to celebrate World Water Day. More »

  St Pauls Institute

Why Water?

by Barbara Ridpath

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 »

 Barbara Ridpath

Career Shifting

by Barbara Ridpath

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 »

 Barbara Ridpath

Value(s) for Money

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 »

 Anna Laycock

Love in Action: The Theology of Martin Luther King Jr. in the World Today

by Robert Gordon

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 »

 Robert Gordon
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The digital future of work: what will automation change?
http://bit.ly/2ftbRYQ

The McKinsey Global Institute examines the future of robotics in the workplace.

The Crisis of Citizenship in the Age of Trump
http://ab.co/2upnPp1

What implications does the Trump government hold for how citizenship is defined?

How Britain fell out of love with the free market
http://bit.ly/2uFUOVx

Under Thatcher and Blair, it looked unassailable. But now both Britain's main parties are turning away from unfettered capitalism.

Governments in developing countries need to act now to avoid technology's threat to jobs
http://bit.ly/2vmOow8

Governments and businesses in the developing world can help protect people's jobs and livelihoods from the damaging effects of automation and rapid technological change.

Faith and Politics
http://www.bbc.co.uk

BBC Sunday discusses Tim Farron's resignation as leader of the Liberal Democrats (from minute 32)

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