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5 unusual ways to attract target audience for your conference

Amidst the rise of fandom culture and comic conventions, author’s meet, TED talks making an event stand out can seem overwhelming for any organizer in this self-obsessed world where everyone is reaching out to be the best in their game. People attend conferences to seek insight about several things, to network, to find writing ideas, to communicate. Be it paid or unpaid a good conference must engage the audience and make them feel…

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The Guiding Light: Cultivating Population into Citizenry

“A great flame follows a little spark.” – Dante

Africa has the fastest growing youthful population. The challenges of transforming this population into an upstanding citizenry are vast and manifold. Securing employment and ensuring that African youth are economically active and not working poor is a step, but by far not a premier destination. Economic pundits have too narrowly shaped our view of the world into economic variables, despite our progressive economies the great leap into…

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ESSAY TOPIC: IN YOUR OPINION, WHAT IS THE GREATEST ETHICAL CHALLENGE FACING THE WORLD TODAY?

Agbleze Gameli Jnr is B.A holder in Environment and Resources Management from the University for Development Studies. He is a teacher who teaches geography and government in prestigious Otoo Memorial Senior High School. Due to his passion for the environment, he is an active member of numerous environmental groups to fostering sound environmental practices  

ESSAY TOPIC: IN YOUR OPINION, WHAT IS THE GREATEST ETHICAL CHALLENGE FACING THE WORLD TODAY?

In my candid…

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Added by Agbleze Gameli Jnr on October 22, 2017 at 10:02am — No Comments

The dilemma of freedom.

Once George Orwell stated “If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they don’t want to hear”. Furthermore, the word liberty stems the Latin word 'liber' which refers to freedom. i.e. liberty means absence of all restraints and freedom to do whatever one prefers. Apparently, this sort of liberty remains embryonic, and lacks complexity. Thus, such a freedom is unachievable while living in society.

“Man is a social animal formed to please in society” Baron…

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North Korea: Witness to Transformation blog weekly update - Oct. 19

In this blog, we report on developments in and around North Korea, including the broader security setting and political, economic and social change in the country.

Marcus Noland: Executive Vice President & Director of Studies at the Peterson Institute for International…

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Added by Kent Boydston on October 20, 2017 at 5:25pm — No Comments

From Indiana University ROTC - #GlobalEthicsDay2017

Indiana University Army ROTC took part in this year's Global Ethics Day by discussing human rights. More specifically, discoursing how human rights are the foundation for any discussion on international or global ethics because human rights constitute the core of international justice. Human rights not only stipulate how states must interact externally with other states but also stipulate how a state must internally treat its own people. These rights place a limit on a state’s internal…

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DeVry Faci Hosts a Global Ethics Day Event in Brazil!

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Bard Early College New Orleans Participates in Global Ethics Day '17

Bard Early College New Orleans (BECNO), taught a class by using the definition of ethics/morals/norms exercise from the Carnegie website (https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/education/002/normsmoralsethics) to work through the ethicis of identity. In paritcular, they discussed what K. Anthony Appiah called "an ethics of authenticity" that attends any moral discussion of Identity,…

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Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University participates in Global Ethics Day '17

In the framework of this day Mariami Khatiashvili, chairperson of American Studies Students Scientific Group at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, made a speaker program about ethics in international affairs and ethical dimensions of FDR's four freedoms, highlighting each freedom as a moral principle in U.S. foreign policy. Students from the American Studies BA students from Tbilisi State University attended the program. #globalethicsday2017…

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Al Quds Bard College hosts a panel for Global Ethics Day '17

Al-Quds Bard College (AQB) participated in Global Ethics Day with a panel: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Global Ethics. AQB Professors spoke about how ethics play a role in each Academic’s field as well as how the understanding of ethics vary depending on the region and culture it is practiced in. The conversation was followed by a Q&A session where students and faculty were able to challenge ideas and question what is necessary to improve ethics in areas that lack transparency.…

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Bard College Participates in Global Ethics Day '17

On Oct 11, 2017, the Bard Debate Union together with the West Point Debate Team held a public debate on the topic "Has representative democracy failed?" in which they discussed the growing global crises of democracy and rise of authoritarian regimes. #globalethicsday2017…

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Markkula Ethics Center Wishes You a Happy Global Ethics Day 2017!

Anissa from Markkula Ethics Center at Santa Clara University wishes everyone a happy Global Ethics Day! For more resources on the Markkula Ethics Center, follow this link, and check out their new series of videos!…

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The Most Pressing Ethical Issue Today Is... #GlobalEthicsDay2017

The Ethics in Governance: Stewardship and Investor Education Forum at Saint Anselm College asked students, "what is the most pressing ethical issue today?" 

Here are some of their responses: …

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Global Ethics Day 2017 in Oman!

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Black Lives Matter

Asa Sieger

Northern Utah Academy for Math, Engineering, and Sciences

(High School Student)





Black Lives Matter. I don’t believe a three word statement has caused this much contention and grief since the invention of the phrase “I love you.” The Black Lives Matter movement began after George Zimmerman was acquitted of shooting and killing Trayvon…

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University of Malawi Celebrates #GlobalEthicsDay2017

The philosophy department at Chancellor College of the University of Malawi joined the rest of the world in celebrating Global Ethics Day 2017.

They reflected on the theme, “The golden rule; a guiding maxim for ethical development," through a panel discussion. The panelists looked at the golden mean as it is reflected in the Islam, Christianity, in Bantu Ethics and Immanuel Kant.…

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1ª Jornada em Ética nos Negócios, Sustentabilidade e Compliance

On October 17th the Study Group on Ethics and Sustainability promoted an event to join Carnegie Council's 4th Global Ethics Day, as an open and free event in São Paulo Brazil. Read Germano Julio Badi's description below: …

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Hammarskjöld: A role model for ethical leadership - #GlobalEthicsDay2017

This post was first published by the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation on October 18, and is posted here with kind permission.

By Karin Abbor-Svensson

There are plenty of them: international days where awareness and action are demanded on global issues from peace, water, and youth to poetry, yoga and…

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Miranda Massie on the Impacts of Climate Change and New York's Climate Museum

Hurricane Sandy was the catalyst that impelled Miranda Massie to quit her job as a civil rights lawyer and found the Climate Museum. "I think that climate change is THE equality and THE civil rights issue of the 21st century," she says. Why open this museum in New York and what does it hope to accomplish? Find out more in this interview that covers not only the multi-faceted impacts of climate change, but also what we can do about it.

Global Ethics Forum Preview: The Ethics of Big Data with danah boyd

Next time on Global Ethics Forum, Microsoft Research’s danah boyd discusses the ethical and political implications of big data and artificial intelligence. In this excerpt, boyd explains to journalist Stephanie Sy some of the disturbing issues that arise when machine learning and algorithms are used in the criminal justice system.

What the Qur'an Meant: And Why It Matters with Garry Wills

Northwestern's Garry Wills says that he was surprised to learn that Islam is a much more "inclusive" religion than Judaism or Christianity.

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