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Christianity and Social Justice: Exploring the Meaning of Welfare Reform

This presentation, given to the Archbishop of York and Bishops from the North East of England and Yorkshire, explores the current crisis in the welfare state in the UK; the myths that dominate thinking and outlines the Christian case for some new and deeper thinking about the purpose and design of the welfare state.


The publisher is the Centre for Welfare Reform.

Slides on Christianity and Social Justice: Exploring the Meaning of Welfare Reform © Simon Duffy 2013.

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