The Forum for Stable Currencies is a voluntary initiative of concerned citizens and Parliamentarians – independent of race, religion or political party.
It was founded in 1998 by Lord Sudeley and Sabine K McNeill by initiating public meetings at the House of Lords. Its archive site reports the programme of international speakers addressing monetary reform, problems encountered by ‘bank victims’ and solutions – from grassroots to governments – via banks and central banks. In the House of Commons, Early Day Motions addressed ‘public’, ‘social’ or ‘green’ credit.
One of the Forum’s off-springs is the Global Table hosted every Wednesday at Friends House by retired Canon Peter Challen.
At St. James’s Piccadilly, Aubrey gave his moving audio-visual presentation to the audience that had come to hear Nobel Peace prize winner Dr. Muhammad Yunus on “Creating a World without Poverty – Social Business and the Future of Capitalism” on February 16th, 2008.
This blog will accompany news and events that relate to the spirit of Forum meetings: addressing problems and focussing on solutions – preferably those we can achieve ourselves and with each other – for, as Dr. Yunus says in the first chapter of his book: institutions have failed us and are notoriously slow and inefficient. But ‘Social Business‘ can influence the future of capitalism – especially if banking is carried out ‘usury-free’ and as ‘social business’!