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Read the latest ethics-related news stories added to our Ethics News section:
Bees, pesticides and … what are chief scientists for?
Partly cloudy with a chance of … banks? Ads start on govt website
Only 1.4% of S&P Companies Have Fully Integrated Reporting
We should use, not lose, our senior brain power
A Step But Not A Leap: The Commission’s New Proposal For Non-Fianancial And Diversity Reporting
Paracetamol Can Soften Our Moral Reactions
Teen Witness must have a transfusion, rules judge
IQ2 Debate: Our Food Obsession Has Gone Too Far
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Latest issue of Living Ethics
Dr Simon Longstaff argues for principle over prescription whilst Dr Cassandra Goldie explores how to alleviate homelessness in Australia. David Bell updates us on the new Banking and Finance Oath, Rod Sims tackles cartels and Michael Coutts-Trotter discusses the benefits of openness in...
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Find out about upcoming ethics-related events.
'The Virtuous Citizen' book launch
'Don’t go back to where you came from' book launch
Think Piece Sustainability
This Think Piece features articles by Michael Chen and Angela Rutter, Jackie Randles and Dr Simon Longstaff.
Business ethics public survey
The Ethics Centre is currently conducting research to understand the Australian public's perceptions about ethics in businesses. Have your say and complete the survey!
Think Piece Animal Rights
This issue of Think Piece incorporates an extract of Anna Krien's Quarterly Essay 45: ‘Us and Them: On the Importance of Animals’ and an article by Professor Steven Mintz on the US Navy’s use of mine-detecting dolphins.
Ethics Centre membership fees
Membership fees will be adjusted on July 1, 2012. All members joining before then will receive a full year’s membership at the current rate. Learn about membership.
Chartered Accountants Student Challenge
St James Ethics Centre partners with Chartered Accountants in the Student Challenge, an online business competition that takes students out of the classroom and into the real world by applying their business acumen, creative thinking and analytical skills to a real-life business problem. In 2012 students are challenged to examine the role of ethics in a professional environment.
University Ethics publication
Think Piece University Ethics considers the origin of philosophy and its continuing relevance in today's world.
Sustainability Conference March 2012
Australia’s opinion formers and leaders will join the sustainability conversation on 26-28 March 2012 as the Global Reporting Initiative, with the support of its strategic partner the Australian Government, holds its first ever regional conference in Melbourne, Australia. Book now!
Euthanasia, energy and economics. What better ingredients for a good argument? Individual tickets and Sydney subscriptions on sale!
Ethics Public Workshop 28 March 2012
IQ2 debates in 2012
The 2012 national season of the provocative IQ² debates is now unveiled! Tickets now on sale!
Community ethics publication
Following the Australian Aboriginal tent embassy protests and the global Occupy movement Think Piece Community Ethics reflects on the way we approach and communicate social unrest.
IQ2 debates in 2012
The 2012 national season of the provocative IQ² debates is now unveiled!
Media ethics publication
With the phone hacking controversy continuing, Think Piece Media Ethics by Professor Megan Richardson, has recently been published.