In recent years there has been increasing anxiety across the globe that the world’s financial system is not working, not only for ordinary people, much less the poor, but that it is not working properly at all. In addition it would not be overstating the case to say that there also moral outrage in many quarters at what is seen as corruption in high places. Islam and Christianity represent over half of the world’s population. They are influential in informing not only the value systems in countries where they constitute the majority of the population, but also in shaping the wider moral landscape within which the rest of the people on the planet live their lives.
St Benet’s Institute is holding this session at Westminster to engage with the issues raised by the Edinburgh Finance Declaration and to contribute to thinking on the issues involved.
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