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What have our Food and Bodies Become?

by Tina Hearn

26/09/2017 17:14

In a culture of both food deprivation and obesity crises, Tina Hearn considers how we might better think about food and about our bodies. In June, UNICEF published a report indicating that one in five children in the UK suffered from food insecurity and one in ten were severely food insecure. This means that amongst the world’s wealthiest […]

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On White Male Privilege in a Racist World

by Greg Smith

19/09/2017 11:07

Greg Smith considers white, male privilege and the role of the Church in a world still beset by racial inequality. Since the recent events in Charlottesville, North Carolina, we have heard widespread condemnation of President Trump and of many of his white evangelical supporters for their failure to condemn and stand up against this revival […]

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Professor Chris Baker writes on neo-liberalism, spiritual capital and finance, ten years after the global financial crisis began Next month sees a series of important public events – lectures, panels, seminars – curated at the Royal Society of the Arts entitled 10 Years After the Crash. This series will take stock of what we have […]

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