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Teacher
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Communication, Culture, Environment, Ethics, Innovation, Justice, Sustainability
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
as a teacher Global Ethics is part of my duty. what I hope is that I will be able to persuade my children, my pupils and also the people around me that ethics is what makes of them successful humans. these young people have so much negative modals of people who succeeded owing to their corrupt practices and attitudes that they believe that being ethical is a way of behaving in this world

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At 3:44pm on October 18, 2016, Soundous Azzi said…
With pleasure.
At 10:49am on October 18, 2016, Al LeBlanc said…

Thanks for following me back -  look forward to dialogue.  Al

 
 
 

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