Bulgaria, Oman, Turkey, Ukraine & more - all celebrating #GlobalEthicsDay2017!

Global Ethics Day 2017 is almost here!

On October 18th, the fourth annual #GlobalEthicsDay will take place as universities, non-profit institutions, and civil society groups participate with teach-ins, art projects, and film screenings, covering a wide range of ethical issues.

Below are a list of participating institutions (so far). Please contact Billy Pickett at bpickett@cceia.org and let us add your name to the list!

Chancellor College, University of Malawi
Euclid University (Gambia)
Unified Nigerian Youth Forum

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (Singapore)
The Graduate Institute of Peace Studies, Kyunghee University (...
Michael Angelo Liwanag (International Christian University, Tokyo)

Ethics and Reputation Society of Turkey (TEID)
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (Georgia)
Perm National Research Polytechnic University (Russia)
Turkish Integrity Center of Excellence (TICE)

Accountancy Europe (Belgium)
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants  (ACCA) (United Kingdom)   
B-in-EU Jean Monnet Module (Greece)
Bard College Berlin (Germany)
Centre for Advanced Research in Management and Applied Ethics (Romania)
City A.M. Newspaper (United Kingdom)    
Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation (Sweden)
El Arbol Foundation (Holland)
Ethicontrol (Ukraine)
The Ethics Incubator (United Kingdom)
Globethics.net (Geneva) 
Institute of Business Ethics (United Kingdom)
International Association For Promoting Geoethics (Italy) 
Medical University of Pleven (Bulgaria)
Moldova State University
Philosophical Views Magazine (Serbia)
Sustainable Future Eco Landmarks (SFEL) (Greece) 
Times of Malta Newspaper 
University of Leicester (United Kingdom)
World Philosophy Network (Serbia) 

Al Quds Bard College (Jerusalem)
Lebanese University (Beirut)
University of Buraimi (Oman)
University of Wollongong in Dubai (UAE) 

Bard College, NY 
Bard Early College New Orleans, LA  
Bard High School Early College Queens, NY 
Brandeis University, NY 
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, NY
Center for International Ethics, Central Michigan University
College of DuPage, IL  
Elliott School of International Affairs, the George Washington... 
Ethics & International Affairs, NY 
Indiana University Army ROTC
International Center for Academic Integrity at Clemson University
Institute of Management Accountants (NJ) 
Mercer University, GA 
Pace University, NY 
Pax Natura Foundation, UT 
Quinnipiac University, CT
Saint Anselm College, NH 
Same Sky, NY  
Seton Hall University, NJ 
Simon Fraser University (Canada)
Stern Strategy Group, MA  
Texas Tech University Ethics Center
United States Coast Guard Academy, CT 
United States Merchant Marine Academy, NY
United States Military Academy, NY 
University of Arkansas
University of California, San Diego
University of Oklahoma
University of Utah
Westminster College, Salt Lake City, UT
Workday, CA  

DeVry Faci (Brazil)
Ethics and Sustainability, GEES CRASP (Brazil)
Writer's Society of Ramon Romero (Nicaragua)

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