During the Seeds of Change conference, 15 speakers will give their perspectives on issues such as debt, the purpose of business and the role of civil society.
Over five days, thinkers, commentators and practitioners will consider what kind of institutional reforms should be pursued following the huge turmoil and disruption of Covid-19.
The Seeds of Change week of events is organised by the British Christian think tank Jubilee Centre (Cambridge), and will be offered for free to anyone who registers.
Online sessions in the afternoons of 16-20 November will address the issues of “debt, the purpose of business and the role of civil society”.
The focus will be on “long term social transformation” and to see “what part the Christian faith can play in all this”. The purpose of the speakers will be “to cast a vision for human flourishing in the post-Covid context, explore what institutional reform could look like in practice, and mobilise people to get involved in local and national initiatives”.
In a highly secularised context, the challenge will be to explore what “contribution can Christian ideas, values or communities make at this pivotal moment in history”.
Learn more details about the talks and the programme on the Seeds of Change website.
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