Ethics, Economics and Global Justice


 This lecture comes highly recomended from an impeccable source (well that what he said anyway!).
 
Given on March 7th 2009 by the Archbishop of Canterbury in Cardiff, it deals with the need for patience and trust to be re-established in economic processes, and for governments to resist the lure of protectionism which prejudices the growth of developing economies. 
 
As you might  expect it requires a bit of patience to unpack and get to grips with it, but it is in my humble opinion (but what do I know?), well worth the effort.
 
Why not follow the link below, and make it a Project for Holy Week ? If you want to listen to it, just click play on the Windows media palyer embedded at thetop of this space.
 
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