Global Ethix would like to build up its network of contributors of articles to the website.

We are interested in articles that cover ethics and the lack of, whether it be in politics, business, technology, media, society, the environment, agriculture and energy.

Topics can include new technologies that benefit society and the environment that need promotion and more exposure; or initiatives in third world countries and emerging markets; or expose corrupt and unethical practices in politics and business. We leave it up to you.

If you  have any questions please feel free to contact us at editor@globalethix.com.

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Comment by MrEditor GlobalEthix on December 13, 2012 at 10:07am

Hi Christina,

Thanks for your feedback. PErhaps you would like to answer that one.

Thank you,

Editor

Comment by MrEditor GlobalEthix on December 13, 2012 at 10:06am

Hi Sumantra,

Thanks for responding. We especially welcome contributions on Foreign Policy and Economics, as well as Academic pieces with footnotes. Everything will be accredited, unless otherwise specified if the article is of a controversial nature. Anything ethics related. I think with all of today's economic, political, environmental and social woes in the world, we can cite a lack of ethics as the main cause.

And please feel free to make any suggestions.

Thank you,

Editor

Comment by Christina De Wet on December 13, 2012 at 7:50am

How does a free individual protect oneself against a bias morally bankcrupt religious society? Where can one find the legal assistance that protects one against the mindgames, defamation of character and unwanted emails and innuendo one is exposed to? 

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