Back to Basics or Business as Usual?

12 Dec 2009 - 9:30am - 3:30pm

Responsible Lending, Responsible Borrowing and
the Christian Response to the Great Recession

Back to Basics or Business as Usual?
Responsible Lending, Responsible Borrowing and
the Christian Response to the Great Recession

Key questions the day will address
·     What is a theological vision of the place of debt, lending and borrowing in social and political life?
·     What might be practical proposals that reflect and adhere to such a vision within the contemporary context?

Speakers include:
·     Prof John Milbank, Nottingham University
·     Andrew Dilnot, Principal, St Hugh’s College, Oxford
·     Paul Marshall, Marshall Wace hedge fund/Centre Forum
·     Dr Maurice Glasman, London Citizens/Faith & Citizenship Programme
·     Piers Le Marchant, General Counsel, Nomura International
·     Phillip Blond, ResPublica

Cost: A suggested contribution of £5 for the day is requested but not required.  This is payable on the door. 
·     Lunch: Please make arrangements to provide for your own lunch (there are many places to buy sandwiches around the venue)
·     Getting there: St Paul’s Onslow Square is located near South Kensington tube (District/Piccadilly).  Bus routes: 211 or buses to South Kensington.

Please see attached documentation for more information.

how to book: 
email: justcommunities@theology-centre.org
venue: 
St Pauls
address: 
Onslow Square London SW7 3NX
duration: 
6 hours
cost: 
£5.00 donation, but not obligatory
organised by: 
The event is jointly organised by the Faith and Public Policy Forum, King’s College London; St Mellitus College (the diocese of London and Chelmsford’s theological and ordination training institute); and the Centre for Contextual Theology (CTC).
who to contact: 
Dr Luke Bretherton, Senior Lecturer in Theology & Politics,Convener, Faith & Public Policy Forum
address: 
Department of Education and Professional Studies, King's College London, Franklins Wilkins Building, Waterloo Road, London SE1 9NH