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We do this through free public debates, seminars, lectures and other events aiming to engage specifically with the City of London on issues of global development and justice, and to encourage positive action in response. Learn more here.


JustShare is a coalition of churches and charities committed to promoting a just share of the world’s resources for all.



Upcoming Event:



Human Trafficking, Business and Faith: the Health and Wealth of Nations


20th March 2018 @ 6.30pm

St Mary-le-Bow Church




Recent Event:


Trade Agreements and Human Rights; who cares?


13th February 2018

St Mary-le-Bow Church


In a post-Brexit society, businesses have a responsibility to ensure that their products and practices do not adversely affect human rights around the world. How do ethical international businesses trade and interact with countries with a track record of human rights abuses? What role should governments and international trade deals take in these considerations?


Our panel included:


Dr Stephen Woolcock (International Trade Policy Unit, LSE)


Prof Philip Booth (Professor of Finance, Public Policy and Ethics, St Mary's University)


Charney Magri (Fashion 4 Change, award winning international ethical photographer)


Chaired by Helen Dennis (Policy and Advocacy Manager, Fairtrade Foundation)

We very much look forward to welcoming you, your colleagues and friends to an evening where the long march of history in addressing enslavement, inequalities, and exploitation, will be in sharp business and practical focus.


Speakers will include:


Baroness Young - Sponsor of the Modern Slavery in Supply Chains Bill 2017-2019


Mike Dottridge - trustee of the UN Slavery Fund and lead advocate on the Best Interests of the Child


Aidan McQuade - Former CEO of the Anti Slavery Foundation


Revd Dr Carrie Pemberton Ford - Director of Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Human Trafficking (CCARHT)


Professor Simon Stockley - Cambridge Judge Business School


Natalie Evans - Responsible Procurement City of London






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