During the Coronavirus lockdown, the Joint Public Issues Team and Church Action on Poverty held a programme of listening exercises called the Gleanings Project. As the organisations sought to listen … Continue reading Reset the Debt
Katherine Trebeck and Jeremy Williams, authors of The Economics of Arrival, discuss the risks and opportunities of a post-viral future. First published in Green Christian magazine, summer 2020. How will … Continue reading Come back brighter
John Daniels on coronavirus and a sense of common purpose: So tell me: am I the only one missing Thursday evenings? How we used to all turn out – released … Continue reading Why we’re (unconsciously) grateful for the virus
When the coronavirus pandemic called for a sweeping and dramatic response from people and government, it got it. Our lives were turned upside down. We did what was necessary – … Continue reading Have you got a story to tell?
The coronavirus has thrown much of society and the economy into chaos. We don’t know what life will look like on the other side, how much will return to ‘normal’ … Continue reading Let’s do better than a return to normal
Green Christian, of which Joy in Enough is a part, is supporting the Build Back Better campaign, which launches this week. We have put our name to it because we … Continue reading Build Back Better
Eve Poole explains why a year of Universal Basic Income could be useful tool in a just post-Covid recovery. Following the first cases of Covid-19 in the UK in January … Continue reading Debt, crisis and a Universal Basic Income
Tony Emerson asks five questions for moving into a more sustainable post-Covid world: Pope Francis was interviewed for The Tablet (08/04/20) about the pandemic before Easter. He commented: “Every crisis … Continue reading An exit strategy from the Covid-19 and the climate crises