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Robert Gordon

 Robert Gordon

With the new direction of St Paul's Institute in 2009, Robert took over responsibility of the day-to-day management of the organisation including facilitation of the Institute's event programme and agenda; administration of social media and the Institute website; and the creation and editing of online video resources for the cathedral as a whole. He also sits on the Steering Group of JustShare, a coalition of churches and charities committed to global development and social justice that operates out of St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside.

Originally from Australia, he received a B.A. (Hons) from Melbourne University with a degree in Anthropology. He continued his studies by relocating to the UK and receiving an M.A. in Museum Studies from University College London whilst volunteering for a number of cultural heritage and church-based organisations.  A keen and active writer, he has particular interest in reconciling faith and morality with notions of success and progress that the modern world is centred upon.

Articles and Opinions by this author

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

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 »

Posted: 16 Jan 2017 - 1 comment

The Power of Meaningful Work

We often forget that work can be the point at which we integrate our personal, civic and spiritual selves into one complete and powerful whole.   More »

Posted: 12 Dec 2016

Social Investment for Social Change: Putting your wallet where your heart is

If positive change is the goal, what might successful and productive social investment look like?   More »

Posted: 18 Apr 2016

Review of PostCapitalism: A Guide to Our Future

Paul Mason provides an alternative vision of what it means for humanity to live in relationship with one another and the world that we inhabit.   More »

Posted: 22 Oct 2015 - 2 comments

Public Vulnerability is the Key to Shared Success

Can we encourage a new public discourse that is openly vulnerable and ready to discuss our own flaws so that they might be overcome together?   More »

Posted: 3 Jun 2015

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

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

Posted: 3 Feb 2015 - 1 comment

Good Corporate Culture is a Process, Not an End Point

We must learn to see good corporate culture as an ongoing process - not merely an end point that we can fulfil the criteria for and move on.   More »

Posted: 1 Oct 2014

The Language of Reformed Capitalism

The narrative of global financial reform was ready for another shake-up, but what is currently missing from the language of reformed capitalism?   More »

Posted: 23 Jun 2014 - 3 comments

Whose Recovery Is It, Anyway?

Economic growth can bring about widespread improvement in living standards, but it doesn't necessarily do so; and they aren't always sustainable or evenly distributed.   More »

Posted: 27 Jan 2014

To Find a Common Good, We Need a Common Language

The issue we face is not primarily one of resolve - there are many passionate people acting positively - but rather it is one of division.   More »

Posted: 5 Jul 2013 - 1 comment

In Search of Authenticity

Can we discover a new level of authenticity that speaks directly to the experience of the individual whilst encouraging commitment to a shared, collective reality?   More »

Posted: 25 Sep 2012 - 2 comments

The Church and Capitalism: Building for Systemic Change

How can our Church institutions formulate the new structural paradigms required in a manner that is relevant, effective and sustainable?   More »

Posted: 1 May 2012 - 1 comment

A Tale of Two Occupies

With the eviction of the Occupy camp outside of St Paul's, I thought it would be useful to put forward some reflections on my experience of the last few months.   More »

Posted: 12 Mar 2012

To Better the Boardroom, We Must Better Ourselves

It has almost become a cliché these days - ethics. Ever since the financial crisis people have been throwing around the term like rice at a wedding.   More »

Posted: 29 Jul 2010 - 1 comment