Category Archives: Economic justice

Resilience or flourishing?

There has been a lot of focus over recent years on the importance of building resilience as if that were the only sustainable answer to the catastrophic impacts of structural inadequacy. Resilience has to do with the habits and practises … Continue reading

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Post-election reflection on reviving exuberant hope

As the British election results sink in and we move on into the unknown but highly speculated upon future, there is little doubt that the mandate of those of us who profess to Hope, to Love and to have Faith, … Continue reading

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For the love of money

It is budget day in the UK and in advance of a General Election the energy around it is heightened. If there was one single issue which has greatest axis value in discussions around justice it might well be money … Continue reading

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‘Broken Britain’: what do you think are three key issues for equipping the church for mission today?

If you were asked for your three key issues for equipping the church for mission in contemporary Britain, what would you say? I would be interested to hear your views on what you consider to be three key ones. Here is … Continue reading

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jusTice update – July 2014

Dear friends and supporters of jusTice, We have just returned from Chennai, India. It’s our second trip to India in partnership with International Justice Mission (IJM) to engage church pastors in thinking around issues of justice from a biblical and … Continue reading

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Churches and Sustainable Communities conference (part 3)

Originally posted on Bread ovens and bicycles:
This week I am reflecting on a conference I attended at the weekend, see part 1 and part 2 for more information. Sir John Houghton After lunch we had a short, informal session…

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Food waste and food loss

Originally posted on Make Wealth History:
This week the World Bank has been highlighting the problem of food waste, reinforcing previous findings that between a quarter and a third of the world’s food is lost or wasted. I’ve written about…

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