Solidarity Debate Series: Environmental and Financial Sustainability

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The Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) sponsors several events each year and previously did not have a unified source of information about university events. The purpose of the Angelicum Events Calendar is to serve as a method for publicizing University-sponsored events that have been approved and scheduled.

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La Pontificia Università di San Tommaso d'Aquino (Angelicum) sponsorizza migliaia di eventi ogni anno. Negli scorsi anni non vi era una fonte unificata di informazioni sugli eventi universitari. Lo scopo del Calendario eventi dell'Angelicum è quello di servire come mezzo per la pubblicità degli eventi sponsorizzati dall'Università che sono stati approvati e pianificati.
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Solidarity Debate Series: Environmental and Financial Sustainability

Nov 20 at 15:00 - 16:00

(DETAILED INFO)

On Friday, 20 November at 15.00 CET, join us for the second in a series of on-line debates on ‘Re-thinking Solidarity.’  This time our special guests will look at environmental and economic perspectives within an intergenerational context. 

This event is being co-sponsored by: St. John Paul II Institute of Culture (Angelicum, Rome), St. Benet’s Institute (Oxford University), the Centre for Democracy and Peace Building (Belfast), Polish Cultural Institute (London), along with Poland’s Political Theology.

The event on 20 November is entitled “Solidarity between the generations – environmental and financial sustainability.”

Participants include: 

➤ Sr. Helen Alford O.P., Vice-Rector of the Angelicum, Member of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences 

➤ Kalypso Nicolaidis, University of Oxford 

➤ Carlos Fidalgo Gallardo, University of Seville 

➤ Marek A. Cichocki, Political Theology 

➤ Lord Alderdice – moderator

Join the Facebook event: https://fb.me/e/3UMHOso43

Registration for the webinar “Solidarity between the generations – environmental and financial sustainability”: see link below