Keeping faith in Agenda 2030

These reports look at the role that religious communities played in the development of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, the potential contribution of religious communities to these goals and the challenge that the universality of this agenda poses for religious communities in the UK.

Keeping Faith in Faith Leaders

Keeping Faith in 2030 Policy Report


Measuring Up

The Sustainable Development Goals are underpinned by the principle of universality. This means that all nations, and all people, are responsible for their achievement. It also means that all governments must work to implement them in their own nations. These reports invite the UK government to work with UK civil society to achieve these goals and provide a baseline against which future progress can be measured. 

Measuring up Executive Summary

UKSSD Measuring Up

CWAG - Anglican Communion Survey


A Response to the Bishop of Truro’s Independent Review for the former Foreign Secretary of FCO Support for Persecuted Christians

A response to the Bishop of Truro report


Forced Labour, Human Trafficking and the FTSE 100

Modern slavery is one of the predominant human rights issues of our time. This report provides investors with a selection of representative industry examples and case studies that will enable them to be more conversant with, and have greater understanding of, the nature of human trafficking and forced labour risks in various sectors. Advice and guidance is given to investors and businesses on how these risks can be addressed and companies can meet their corporate responsibilities. 

Report: Forced Labour, Human Trafficking and the FTSE 100


USPG Episcopal Accompaniment Process and Impact Evaluation, June 2017 

The Episcopal Accompaniment Programme involves working with small groups of bishops within a province to support them in reflecting upon and re-evaluating their leadership styles, aims and objectives. 

Episcopal Accompaniment Report