morality

Austerity

The increasing role of market mechanisms and the changing types of health care providers, together with the use of choice and competition to drive improvements in quality in the National Health Service (NHS), all have important ethical implications. Dr Lucy Frith will explore these developments and consider how the NHS can respond to the challenges of austerity, changing demographics and political agendas.

Children’s Ethical Sunday Services at South Place

Children’s Ethical Sunday Services at South Place.

Architecture lecture - poster

Conway Hall Ethical Society has been hosting and arranging courses of lectures since the late nineteenth century. Here are come early examples of lecture series on offer between 1890 and 1900.

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Fri, 14th Feb, 2014
The Ethical Church, Queensway, Bayswater

The Ethical Church, Queensway, Bayswater, was established in the late 1890s by Dr Stanton Coit, founder of the West London Ethical Society and a prominent figure in the Ethical Movement. Coit hoped that his Church would be the first of many ‘ethical churches’ and act as encouragement to other established churches (ie. the Church of England), to move away from religious teaching.

The Moral Religious Thinkers Conferences

Following the Moral Religious Thinkers Conferences in the 1920s, the link between education and religion continued to feature prominently in the Ethical Movement.

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