The Fondazione Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice (FCAPP) is holding a seminar on A Proposal for a Reformed Market Economy.
The seminar intends to probe into the merits of a paper published by the Fondazione Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice, referred to as the 2015 statement, a Reformed Market Economy: Entrepreneurship for Human Development. The paper has been researched, debated and written during a number of conventions held in the Vatican, Dublin, London and New York in response to Pope Francis' statement 'thou shalt not to an economy of exclusion and inequality - such an economy kills'.
Date: 3 June 2015
Time: 18:00 to 19:30 hours
Venue: The Seminary, Tal-Virtu'
Panel of Speakers:
Lawrence Zammit, Economist and businesspersonRev. Fr. Mark Sultana, PhilosopherGejtu Vella, a former Trade Unionist, today Industrial Relations ConsultantJoseph F.X. Zahra, Chairman of Panel.
HG Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna will be addressing the seminar.
An invitation is extended to the general public and attendance is guaranteed by emailing before the 3 June 2015 on firstname.lastname@example.org. A copy of FCAPP 2015 statement: A Reformed Market Economy: Entrepreneurship for Human Development is available electronically on request by emailing Joseph F.X. Zahra on email@example.com