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Publisher: Haus Publishing
ISBN: 9781913368203
Number of Pages: 90
Published: 03/06/2022
Width: 0.4 cm
Height: 0.7 cm
Justice in Public Life comprises three essays which are edited versions of lectures delivered at Westminster Abbey Institute by Revd Dr James Hawkey, Dr Claire Foster-Gilbert and Revd Jane Sinclair. The essays look at the meaning of justice for the 21st century expressed through principles; justice as it can be expressed by our public service institutions; and how justice is expressed in society more widely. Justice in Public Life brings a dry concept to life in a call to public servants to nurture it as a virtue pursued individually and communally, as a means to serve human flourishing.

Claire Foster-gilbert, Jane Sinclair, James Hawkey

Claire Foster-Gilbert is the founding director of Westminster Abbey Institute and a current member of numerous medical and theological ethics committees. Jane Sinclair (1956-2021) was Canon Rector of St Margaret's Church, Westminster Abbey and chair of the Westminster Abbey Institute. James Hawkey is Canon Theologian of Westminster Abbey and a visiting lecturer at King's College London.

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