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: financial integrity, economic theory, and the meaning of the common good.
I struggled but did listen to the end. I cannot... More »
A lot of gently chiding language. Over the last 35 years... More »
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Thank you for a terrific piece. Regarding the final paragraph, we... More »
by Erika Karp
"The Days of Awe" refers to the ten days starting with Rosh Hashanah and ending with Yom Kippur. They are a time for reflection, introspection, repentance and renewal. More »
I had the pleasure of dipping into several relevant books this summer and thought readers might appreciate recommendations on some fruitful reading. More »
Amanda Phillips, Director of External Relations at CWN (City Women Network), answers our questions about women in leadership. More »
Nearly 1500 people gathered under the dome of St Paul's Cathedral to hear about the ways we can dismantle the cultural and institutional barriers facing women today. More »
The National Union of Students (NUS) answers some of our questions about women in leadership. More »
Hilary Cotton, chair of WATCH (Women and the Church), answers our questions about women in leadership. More »
It is now just over a month since I started my new position as Director of St Paul's Institute. An appropriate time to sketch some first impressions of the Institute and its future. More »
The narrative of global financial reform was ready for another shake-up, but what is currently missing from the language of reformed capitalism? More »
Barbara Ridpath will be responsible for thought-leadership, vision, strategy and organisation of the wide programme of events run each year. More »
Jeremy Seabrook comments on the idea that shame is the most persistent attribute of contemporary poverty.
Lloyds Banking Group PLC has dismissed eight employees in relation to the bank's attempts to rig a number of benchmarks. The part government-owned bank also clawed back £3 million in bonuses from the individuals.
All Church of England schools will become accredited Living Wage employers under a plan announced by the National Society and the trade union Unison.
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund is joining a coalition of philanthropists pledging to rid themselves of more than $50bn (£31bn) in fossil fuel assets.
Barclays has been fined a record £38m by the City regulator for failing to keep its clients' money separate from its own.