The Global Table
Open Forum for Monetary Justice

Welcome to the Global Table

A "Global Table" began as an outreach project of the Christian Council for Monetary Justice, and is an open meeting to discuss matters of global significance, which convenes in a public area so that people can participate on a drop-in basis.

We have been meeting since about 1997 on Wednesdays from 11am to 1pm - originally at the Global cafe, Golden Square, then in cafe at the Friends House, Euston, London NW1, and now at the School of Economic Science. The main focus of the meeting is monetary reform. We began with strong connections locally with organisations linked from this page, each of these organisations links to others, and the Links pages demonstrate our expanding network. This regular meeting has become a very important networking space - we have received visitors from all over the world. We hope that others may be inspired to set up Global Tables where they live and will want to keep in touch.

Rev Peter Challen chaired the Global Table until autumn 2016, and following his retirement, has devolved this task to the Open Research Group, who continue to welcome all comers. It is helpful when visiting for the first time if you would introduce yourself by email - this includes Peter Challen, who still does the weekly mail-out: -FORTHCOMING AGENDA - "MATTERS IN THE AIR"