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Life through a relational lens

Summary

Michael Schluter argues for the importance of building our relational capital.

Summary

Michael Schluter argues for the importance of building our relational capital.

Michael Schluter trained as an economist before working as a research fellow with the International Food Policy Research Institute, and economics consultant with the World Bank in East Africa. He is now a social entrepreneur and has launched six charities whose work includes international peace-building (Concordis International), alternative finance (Citylife) and social policy (Credit Action). He works as CEO of Relationships Global, which believes that personal and social well-being depends upon the quality of relationships within families and communities, and within and between organisations. Their work seeks to try and help build a society that sustains relationships. Michael is co-author of The R Factor, Jubilee Manifesto and After Capitalism: Rethinking Economic Relationships  and has contributed to a number of other books looking at social issues from a relational perspective.