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Government plans to ban local councils from making ethical choices in their pension investments and procurements are undemocratic, say Quakers in Britain.
Pope Francis last week attacked the “duplicity” of those who profit from the arms trade but “call themselves Christian”.
Investment in companies that perform poorly on some responsible or ethical finance concerns is a big public concern, survey finds.
A conference sponsored by arms companies will take place at Church House this morning, as Christian opponents of the arms trade pray and protest outside.
The Church House Conference Centre, located in the Church of England's administrative headquarters near Westminster Abbey, is again to host a conference sponsored by arms dealers.
A new website will provide church groups and individuals with a host of new resources to make ethical and spiritual decisions about their use of money.
The Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility is marking National Ethical Investment Week by asking if churches investments fully reflect the Christian message.
British Quakers have resolved to end all investment in fossil fuel companies and have begun steps to sell all the shares in question.
Methodist investment decisions are now being guided by a new policy on human rights and corporate responsibility, the Church has announced.
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