Webinar: Can present generations be duty-bound  because of considerations of justice to past and future people?
Webinar: Can present generations be duty-bound  because of considerations of justice to past and future people?
Webinar: Can present generations be duty-bound  because of considerations of justice to past and future people?
Webinar: Can present generations be duty-bound  because of considerations of justice to past and future people?
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Webinar: Can present generations be duty-bound because of considerations of justice to past and future people?

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Sebastian Millbank, The Tablet’s Newman Intern talks to Angus Hanton (Co-founder of the Intergenerational Foundation) and Esmé Partridge ( interfaith coordinator and writer on religion in a secular, digital age) about intergenerational justice.

Thursday 18 November 2021 6.00 – 7.00pm GMT

For more details visit: www.thetablet.co.uk/events