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Global Ethics Day

Time: October 19, 2016 from 3:15pm to 5pm
Location: International University in Moscow
Street: Leningradsky 17
City/Town: Moscow
Website or Map: http://cenbecom.org
Event Type: lecture
Organized By: Anatoly Yakorev
Latest Activity: Jul 23, 2016

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Global Ethics Day in International University in Moscow

Planned event includes an open session with known ethicists to talk about ethical challenges of present and why they have to be challenges. As Global Ethics University partner in Russia I will share the highlights of global ethics training for corporate leaders.

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