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Democracy and Common Good: How we Live Together in Community

Date:18/07/2018
From:18:30
Location: Democracy and Common Good: How we Live Together in Community OBE Chapel, St Paul's Cathedral, St Paul's Churchyard, London, EC4M 8AD
Cost:Free, with an option for a donation
Audience:All Welcome
Contact: Jodi Kiang
02072468339
Chapter House, St Paul's Cathedral Churchyard, London, EC4M 8AD
More information: https://livingtogetherincommunity.eventbrite.co.uk

St Paul’s Institute’s 2018 series ‘Democracy and the Common Good’ seeks to foster a national conversation to emphasize the value of the common good to arrive at a policy framework to help address the existing anxieties facing our society.

Join us for Democracy and the Common Good: How we Live Together in Community as we focus in on cities and ask: how can citizens live together in urban spaces? How we build and create cities for the future? How can we engage with our cities to make them work for all people?

Speakers include:

  • Richard Sennett, professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics and author of Building and Dwelling: Ethics for the City
  • Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol
  • The Revd Canon Tricia Hillas, Canon Pastor of St Paul’s Cathedral

This event is open to all who wish to attend and is free of charge. However, we would welcome a donation (we suggest £5-£10) to help cover the running costs from anyone who wishes to make it.

The entrance for this event will be the North West Crypt Door.
If you have any accessibility needs please let Jodi Kiang know by emailing: institute@nullstpaulscathedral.org.uk


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