If you have done any travelling through Britain’s traditional holiday destinations, there is often real poverty hiding behind the facade. Earlier this year my family were in Cornwall. We arrived … Continue reading How FairBnB encourage ethical travel
Church Action for Tax Justice is a campaign for a fairer and greener tax system, which would serve the greener and fairer economy that we advocate at Joy in Enough. … Continue reading Why should Christians care about tax justice?
John D Anderson on injustice, poverty, and the opportunity for the church to lead on a more equal society. “Inequality is the root of social evil” said Pope Francis, because … Continue reading The outrage of inequality and the joy of enough
Catherine Masterman offers a poem for Fairtrade Fortnight, broadening our horizons to consider the wider supply chain behind our purchases. As a child I thought shops made the things they … Continue reading “I saw a bargain today”
Jo Musker-Sherwood, founder and director of Hope for the Future, writes about race, climate, and learning from her colonial ancestors. First published on Climate Emergence. Following my Grandpa’s army career … Continue reading Race, empire and the climate emergency
Inequality is one of our headline concerns at Joy in Enough, and it has been highlighted again by the Covid-19 crisis. People who were already at a disadvantage, including people … Continue reading What can the church do about inequality?
Dario Kenner is the author of Carbon Inequality: The role of the richest in climate change. He outlines how a green and fair economy needs to confront the power of … Continue reading Confronting the power of the polluter elite