The Centre for Theology and Justice was launched at Luther King House in Manchester on 10 May 2017.
It is the culmination of various collaborations between Christian Aid, Church Action on Poverty, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and Luther King House, and aims to be ‘a space and an opportunity for sharing reflections, resources and actions’.
At the launch, Father Augusto Zampini, an Argentine Roman Catholic priest and currently the theological adviser to CAFOD, gave the first David Goodbourn lecture Is justice enough? A radical Christian response to the current humanitarian and ecological crisis.
You can read more about the launch and watch the whole of Father Augusto’s talk on the Centre for Theology and Justice website.