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How Multifaith Chaplaincy can Aid MissionHow Mulitfaith Chaplaincy Can Aid Mission
Summary of the Clergy Learning Day - 7th November 2017

On the 7th November 2017, St Paul's Institute hosted clergy and chaplains from a variety of backgrounds for our Clergy Learning Day on How Multifaith Chaplaincy Can Aid Mission. Revd Dr Fiona Stewart-Darling shared on her experiences of being a workplace Chaplain based in Canary Wharf and there was an interactive panel discussion with her Muslim and Jewish colleagues. 

A summary of the topics discussed at this event can be downloaded here.







The UK, the EU and the International Economy: A Common Good Approach
2017 Summary report of Roundtable

This paper summarizes discussions of a draft paper on the topic. It represents the beginning of a major programme of work for the Institute. Specifically, we are looking new ways of considering how we live well together locally, nationally and internationally, and policy proposals that forward these objectives.

This report can be downloaded here.







Going Full CircleGoing Full Circle: Tackling Resource Reduction and Inequality
2017 Summary report

The result of our joint programme with Tearfund on the circular economy, sustainable investment and global development, this paper explores how to work towards these three seemingly inconsistent objectives simultaneously, and gives a series of suggestions for future work by business, investors and policymakers.

This report can be downloaded here.

 






Internal Trust: Building Alliances from Within
2016 Summary Report

As part of an ongoing joint programme with CIMA/CGMA on ethical culture, this paper explores the subject of trust within an organisation: what creates blocks to internal trust, the implications of such blocks and how best to create structures that encourage stronger working relationships and alliances.

This report can be downloaded here.








Dialogue II: Ethical Business Regulation
2016 Summary Sheet

The second of our new programme of Dialogues, held under the Chatham House Rule, which aim to give City figures a safe place to talk where we can look at subjects from new perspectives and across disciplines.

The theme for this discussion arises because much of business suffers from a lack of trust as do many public institutions.  A concept of fairness exists in us from childhood and respect for rules and systems is undermined when the rules are not enforced evenly and fairly.  

This summary sheet can be downloaded here.




Inequality and the Green Economy
2016 Summary Sheet

Detailed summary of a roundtable discussion, held in partnership with Tearfund under the Chatham House Rule, exploring the concept of the circular economy and how it could help bring about a 'zero carbon' economy whilst at the same time helping alleviate growing levels of inequality.


This summary sheet can be downloaded here.






Liveability of London Summary

Dialogue I: Liveability of London
2016 Summary Sheet

The first of our new programme of Dialogues, held under the Chatham House Rule, which aim to give City figures a safe place to talk where we can look at subjects from new perspectives and across disciplines.

This discussion focused on the Liveability of London and explored some of the challenges and opportunities facing London today. Held as part of our ongoing work on a 'Shared Vision for London'.

This summary sheet can be downloaded here.



 
Incentives and Sanctions: Corporate Culture and Financial Reform
2015 Summary Sheet

St Paul's Institute worked with the Institute for Regulation and Ethics at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies of Queen Mary University to bring together 30 financial sector professionals, academics, regulators and reformers to discuss the different roles that incentives and sanctions can play in influencing culture.

This summary sheet can be downloaded here.







Escaping Short-termism: Managing for the Long Term
2015 Summary Sheet

In October 2015, the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and St Paul's Institute hosted a seminar that explored what a long-term culture looks like and how it can be integrated and communicated.

This summary sheet can be downloaded here.









FEMR Briefing Sheet
Unique Opportunity to Shape Fair and Effective Markets
2015 Briefing Sheet

A briefing sheet on the Fair and Effective Markets Review, encouraging organisations to participate in the Bank of England's forthcoming Open Forum on 11 November 2015.

This briefing sheet can be downloaded here.









What's Gender Got To Do With It? Women and the Economy
2015 Summary Sheet

Following a policy discussion held on 26th January 2015, this summary sheet provides an overview of key points regarding the status of women in today's economy and the impact of government economic policy.

This summary sheet can be downloaded here.








Women in Leadership: What Needs to Change?
2014 Summary Report

Following a public discussion held on 16th July 2014, this summary report explores the institutional and cultural barriers preventing many women from reaching positions of leadership. We asked what different sectors can learn from each other in the fight for true equality, and what actions can be taken to create lasting change.

This report can be downloaded here.







Climate Change: Building the Will for Action
2014 Summary Report

On 7th May 2014, St Paul's Cathedral hosted keynote speaker Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, to draw attention to the importance of collective action on climate change and highlight the key challenges faced.

This report can be downloaded here.








Beyond the Checkbox Summary ReportLooking Beyond the Checkbox: Mitigating Risk, Maximising Performance
2014 Summary Report

As part of an ongoing programme on ethical culture, this paper highlights discussions that explored how good corporate governance depends on the right questions being asked, and addressed, within the context of a values-based approach to organisational culture.

This report can be downloaded here.







The City and the Common Good: What kind of City do we want?
2013 Series Report

Three public events under the Dome of St Paul's Cathedral during April May and June 2013, with associated seminars, explored key issues underlying the report of the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards and the social purpose of the financial sector.

This report can be downloaded here.

Unabridged survey question results can be downloaded here.




Sustainable Capitalism: Al Gore Speaks at St Paul's Cathedral
2012 Summary Report

In October 2012 St Paul's Cathedral hosted Al Gore, former US Vice President, environmental advocate, and co-founder and Chair of Generation Investment Management. He spoke at a special event aimed at energising investors and businesses to aid the transition to a more sustainable form of capitalism.

This report can be downloaded here.






Welfare: Whose Responsibility Is It?
2012 Summary Report

In an age of increasing austerity, the concept of 'welfare' takes on renewed importance when discussing social wellbeing and the notion of the common good. What is welfare, and who should provide it? Who does it exist for, and how should they access it?

This report can be downloaded here.








Value and Values: Perceptions of Ethics in the City TodayValue and Values: Perceptions of Ethics in the City Today
2011 Analytical Report

The 25th anniversary of the Big Bang deregulation of the UK financial markets presents a good opportunity to examine current perceptions of ethical values in the City. This report explores issues of ethical culture, financial history and the place that the financial sector has in relation to wider society.

This report can be downloaded here.






The UK Bribery Act: how will you act?The UK Bribery Act: how will you act?
2011 Summary Report

In April 2011 CIMA, together with St Paul's Institute, held a seminar to discuss the responsibilities financial management has in implementing anti bribery guidance. With the UK Bribery Act being enforced from July 2011, organisations should act now to prepare and adapt systems accordingly.

This report can be downloaded here.