Building upon the Benedictine understanding of community, hospitality and the gift of discernment, St. Benet’s Hall established the St. Benet’s Institute to provide a focus on issues of Faith, Leadership and Dialogue.
The St. Benet’s Institute aims to encourage better understanding and co-operation between various faith leaders, academics, policy-makers and the wider public by creating a forum for interdisciplinary dialogue, research and cross-sectoral engagement. St Benet’s Institute draws on the learning and experience of these various traditions and disciplines to address some of our global human challenges and where possible provide policy recommendation and change.
Webinar: Re-thinking Solidarity: Solidarity, Equality and Social Justice
Friday 19 February 2pm – 3.30pm UTC
Lord Alderdice (Chair)
Fr Michael Paluch, Rector of the Pontifical Univerity of St Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum)
Dr Austen Ivereigh, Fellow in Contemporary Church History, Campion Hall, Oxford
Sally J Scholz, PhD, Chair, Department of Philosophy, Villanova University
Professor Tomasz Zyro, University of Warsaw/Political Theology
Re-thinking Solidarity is organised by the Centre for Democracy and Peace Building and the Political Theology, in partnership with St. Benet’s Institute, St. Benet’s Hall, University of Oxford and The St. John Paul II Institute of Culture at Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas Angelicum in Rome, and supported by the Polish Cultural Institute in London.