2013 Conference Sessions

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Friday 6 September

(1)

Conference Welcome and Opening

Professor Gerald Pillay (text coming soon)

Bishop Stephen Platten  (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE)

(2)

Names, Faces and Motivation: Introducing Delegates

Chaired by Roger Phillips

Saturday 7 September

(3)

Keynote Address: Together for the Common Good?

Dr Anna Rowlands: 'Together for the Common Good' (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE)

(4)

A Challenging Scenario: Liverpool in the 20th Century

Revd Dr Peter McGrail (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE)

John Flamson  (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE)

Max Steinberg  (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE)

Chaired by Professor Hilary Russell

(5)

Question Time 

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Neil Jameson, Frank Field MP, Revd Phil Jump, Robin Millar and Claire Dove

Chaired by Roger Phillips

(6)

Faith, Politics and the Common Good: the Motivation of Sheppard and Worlock

Pat Jones: 'Sharp Compassion - Derek Worlock's Journey' (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE)

Rt Revd Dr Rupert Hoare: 'David Sheppard's Formation' (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE)

Dr Eliza Filby: 'Messenger Boys: Worlock and Sheppard as an example of Christian Social Witness' (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE)

Chaired by Clifford Longley

(7)

Debate: Better Together? Where Are We Now, What Has Changed?

Lord Maurice Glasman (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE) and

Phillip Blond (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE)

Chaired by John Battle

Sunday 8 September

(8)

Better Together Today: Sharing ‘Common Good’ Language

Revd Ruth Gee (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE)

Dame Mary Tanner (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE)

Bishop David Hamid (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE)

Chaired by John Battle

(9)

90 Second Challenge: From Motivation… to Practical Action - Delegates’ Platform

Chaired by Roger Phillips

(10)

Closing Address: Better Together for the Common Good

Archbishop Bernard Longley (DOWNLOAD PDF HERE)

Introduced by Revd Professor Nicholas Sagovsky, finishing with ecumenical prayers.