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which forced issues such as international debt onto the agenda of the G7/G8 summit meetings. It has taken a lead in helping establish new coalitions and organisations such as the Jubilee 2000 debt campaign; the Ethical Trading Initiative; the UK Social Investment Forum; and new ways to measure social and economic well-being.
People in the UK are choosing to manage their \ue000nances in accordance with
their values in greater numbers than ever be\ue001ore. There is clearly an appetite
amongst the public \ue001or an \u2018ethical \ue000nancial choice\u2019, yet as this report \ue000nds,
it is not always an easy option. Most notably, there is an absence o\ue001 simple,
low-risk products \ue001rom established high street names. This gap in mainstream
ethical \ue000nancial products \u2013 current accounts, savings, loans and mortgages \u2013
means that the options \ue001or the average consumer are very limited. Consumers
who wish to invest according to their values don\u2019t, because ethical \ue000nance
products aren\u2019t easily accessible.
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