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Communication, Conservation, Culture, Democracy, Education, Ethics, Globalization, Human Rights
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Hi! I am from Ukraine. From the Global Ethics Network, I would like to learn a wide variety of things in the areas of globalisation, human rights, ethics,etc.

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Ethical Decision Making Workshop held at the Department of English for Technical and Agrobiological Specialities, NULES #globalethicsday2016

Posted on October 19, 2016 at 5:30am 0 Comments

Held on 18 October at the Department of English for Technical and Agrobiological Specialities, NULES, the workshop aimed to promote ethical values and professionalism among the technical students.…

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Ethical Decision Making Workshop for Technical Students #globalethicsday2016

Posted on October 17, 2016 at 7:00pm 2 Comments

Why should we care about ethics? Who says what is ethical and what is not? What are fundamental principles of ethics? If you want these questions to be answered, join Liudmyla Berezova, a senior lecturer of the Department of English for Technical and Agrobiological Specialties, for a workshop on “Ethical Decision Making”. This event will provide an outline of the ethical decision making process and explore a range of…

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Seminar on ‘Teacher’s Ethical Decision Making’ is going to be held at Zaporizhzhia Teacher’s Training College #globalethicsday2016

Posted on October 14, 2016 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

 

This seminar is a contribution to the third annual Global Ethics Day announced by Carnegie Council. Its aim is to foster awareness of the ethical principles and values that guide teachers’ actions and promote the highest ethical standards of professional practice and conduct.…

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