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What is the significance of the 17 sustainable development goals for the churches? How can we act to promote and practice them in church and community.
Our hope is that their voices will encourage us all to both remember with thanksgiving, and to journey onwards in renewed commitment to seek the ways that make for justice, hope and healing.
We presume that economic growth is good but we do not ask the question ‘what enables a truly human life?’ When we do, as in this report, we can understand that the economy as a tool that should exist to
facilitate human and planetary flourishing. “Our economic system should be judged by its potential for sustaining life, both of people and planet, in ways that support the common good.”
Faith communities in post-industrial towns across Scotland are delivering social action to tackle the effects of poverty. Many of these projects are dealing with an ever-growing need and are stretched thin. Everyone is aware of the effects of poverty in big cities, but less attention is paid to the towns which were the heartlands of manufacturing industry.