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Here you will find a list of organisations that can help when learning about the idea of ethical economics and the common good. The organisations represented here have been chosen specifically for their connections either to the Church of England in general, or through work or programmes conducted with St Paul's Institute or St Paul's Cathedral in particular.

Anglican Health Network

The Anglican Health Network (AHN) aims to facilitate communication and cooperation between Anglicans who are providing health services around the world. It will provide forums to share experience and best practice, and manage donor and insurance programmes to deliver new investment. In this endeavour it also seeks to make connections with its healing ministries to encourage a more holistic approach to well being.


Arcubus is a microfinance initiative established in 2009 by JustShare, a charity based at St Mary-le-Bow Church in the City of London.

Arcubus offers an effective way for City workers and companies to support some of the world's poorest communities, whilst also building their own future markets.

The Centre for Theology and Community

CTC equip churches to transform their communities - through the practices of community organising, theological reflection and prayer. They also help them to use their resources more effectively for this mission.


Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility

The Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility (ECCR) is a church-based investor coalition and membership organisation working for economic justice, human rights and environmental sustainability. It undertakes research, advocacy and awareness raising on corporate and investor responsibility.

EAPGEuropean Association for Philanthropy and Giving

The European Association for Philanthropy and Giving (EAPG) is a unique membership network that seeks to ensure the best possible practice in charitable giving and philanthropy.

End Poverty 2015End Poverty 2015

The body created to help bring about the Millennium Development Goals that were agreed upon at the United Nations Millennium Summit in 2000. The agreement was to meet a number of goals related to global poverty and need by the year 2015. This UN campaign seeks to engage people from all walks of life and collectively work towards ending poverty.

Five Talents InternationalFive Talents International

Commended by resolution at the 1998 Lambeth Conference, Five Talents was created as a long term microfinance response to the ravages of poverty that debilitate communities in developing countries.

The Global Poverty Project exists to increase the number and effectiveness of people taking action to end extreme poverty.

They do this through an informative, well-researched presentation that explains clearly the issues involved with extreme poverty and how individuals can help overcome them.


GoodCorporation provides a range of services to help organisations to measure, manage and embed responsible business practice. helping people working in compliance, ethics and corporate responsibility to assess risk and protect reputation by ensuring that good practices are in place.

Modern Churchpeople's UnionThe Modern Churchpeople's Union

The Modern Churchpeople's Union (MCU) is a membership organisation that promotes liberal theology. They seek to encourage open discussion; critical scholarship and willingness to change.


A public theology think tank providing alternative perspectives to secular culture and public opinion. Providing some really great reports on various topics of theological concern, as well as a number of interesting events and lectures.

William Temple Foundation

The William Temple Foundation is a research and ideas hub, shaping the debate on religion in public life.  Since 1947 they have sought to connect Christian social concerns to the realities of the secular world.

Transforming BusinessTransforming Business

Transforming Business is a multi-disciplinary research and development project at the University of Cambridge bringing together Christian thought leaders towards the elimination of poverty within the constraints of finite natural resources.