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A one day conference in Bristol on Saturday 24th March 2012 will explore the distinctive contribution of radical Christian faith to the shaping of a new post-financial crisis economic order.
The Green Party has pledged 'full support' to protesters taking to the streets in London, New York, Sydney, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Athens, Berlin and Rome.
Greens say that the latest Bank of England quantitative easing move further highlights the need for a regulated, environmental approach to finance.
The economic crisis is also an ethical crisis and faith groups need to say something about it, says an advocate of economic ethics.
Faith groups associated with the Robin Hood Tax Campaign are urging the UK government to change tack on an EU financial transaction tax.
Quakers in Britain says that people and society are being geared to supporting economic systems, rather than the other way round.
Many economic commentators, and those working in banking and finance, thought that the worst of the global economic recession had gone away. They were wrong. It looks to be back with a vengeance.
In most religious traditions there is a commitment to giving money to the poor, and more radically to various kinds of economic sharing within communities.
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Senior leaders of four major UK Churches have welcomed the Government's commitment to limiting climate change, and have called for more to be done...
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