Global Ethics Forum 2016 documents

General information

GEF 2016 brochure cover

Speakers' Presentations

DAY 1 - Thursday 23 June 2016
 

a) The Responsibility of the Higher Education Sector "Teaching the rigth things in the right ways"

  • Divya Singh, Vice-Principal, Advisory and Assurance Services, University of South Africa (Unisa) (PDF - English - 69 Kb)
  • Gard Titlestad, Secretary General for International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) (PDF - 2.50MB)

b ) Ethical Challenges and Responses in Higher Education from a Cross-Sectoral Perspective

Tian Belawati, Rector Universitas Terbuka Open University in Indonesia, past President ICDE, represented by Dewi Padmo, Vice Rector, Universitas Terbuka, Indonesia, Opening Session, Global Ethics Forum, 23 June 2016, Geneva, Switzerland (PDF - English - 670 Kb)

c) Teaching and Research Good Practices : Inputs for the Labs 1 to 6

Inputs for Lab 1 - Transformative Teaching Methods

Katrin Muff, Dean, Business School Lausanne, Switzerland, Global Ethics Forum, 23 June 2016, Geneva, Switzerland (PDF - English - 866 Kb)

Inputs for Lab 2 - Student Extracurricular Engagement

Nina Mariani Noor, Researcher, Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies (ICRS - Yogya), Indonesia, Global Ethics Forum, 23 June 2016, Geneva, Switzerland (PDF - English - 99 Kb)

Inputs for Lab 3 - Transdisciplinary Ethics Curricula

François Dermange, Professor, University of Geneva UNIGE, Switzerland (PDF - English - 969 Kb)

Inputs for Lab 4 - Teaching Business Ethics

Joan Dubinsky, Lecturer and Academic Consultant, Former Director of United Nations Ethics Office, USA, Global Ethics Forum, 23 June 2016, Geneva, Switzerland (PDF - English - 191 Kb)

Inputs for Lab 5 - Plagiarism and Ghostwriting

Yolanda Lira, Regional Director, National Police Commission, Philippines, Global Ethics Forum, 23 June 2016, Geneva, Switzerland (PDF - English - 230 Kb)

Inputs for Lab 6 - Publications Ethics

Christian Anieke, Vice Chancellor, Godfrey Okoye University, Nigeria, represented by sister Mary Gloria Njoku, Global Ethics Forum, 23 June 2016, Geneva, Switzerland (PDF - English - 235 Kb)

d) Handover Ceremony

  • Speech of Prof. Dr Dr h.c. Christoph Stückelberger, Founder of Globethics.net and Board President (PDF - 45 KB)
  • Speech of Prof. Dr Obiora Ike, Globethics.net Executive Director (PDF - 23KB)
 

DAY 2 – Friday 24 June 2016

a) Governance Good Practices: Creating the Foundations

  • Leadership's Vision and Corporate Culture, Divya Singh, Vice-Principal of Advisory and Assurance Services, Unisa, South Africa (PDF - English - 79.2 Kb)
  • Integrating Codes of Ethics in Strategies, Luke Okechukwu Anike, Vice Chancellor, Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), Nigeria (PDF - English - 104 Kb)

b) Governance Good Practices: Living the Values

  • Feeling Values in Leading People, Thomas Kesselring, Professor, Institut für Philosophie, Universität Bern, Switzerland (PDF - English - 66.6 Kb)
  • Reflecting and Dialogues on Values, Paulachan Kochappilly, Professor, Dharmaram College, India (PDF - English - 279 Kb)
  • Spiritual Practices, Siti Syamsiyatun, Director, Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies (ICRS), Indonesia (PDF - English - 52.2 Kb)

c) Governance Good Practices – Institutionalising the Values : Inputs for the Labs 7 to 12

Inputs for Lab 8 – Research Committees on Ethics

Florencia Luna, Director, Program of Bioethics, University of Social Sciences (FLACSO), Argentina (PDF - English - 59.6 Kb)

Inputs for Lab 9 – The Green Campuses

Olivier Guillet, International Marketing Director, INSEEC Group of  Business Schools, France (PDF - English - 82.4 Kb)

Inputs for Lab 10 – Measurement and Quality

Gard Titlestad, Secretary General, International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE), Norway (PDF - English - 1.35 Mb)

Inputs for Lab 11 – New Management Models

Arnold Smit, Head Social Impact,  University of Stellenbosh, South Africa (PDF - English - 114 Kb)

d) Society: Connecting with Actors to Promote Ethics in Higher Education.

Ethics and great technological breakthrough, Alexander Ageev, Director General and Founder Institute for Economics Strategies, Russia (PDF - English - 4.56 Mb)

Investors in Education, Cui Wantian, Entrepreneur, Professor of Economics, Member of the Globethics.net Board, China (PDF - English - 841 Kb)

Community Engagement, Jennifer Nicolay, Student Network for Ethics in Economics and Practice (sneep), Germany (PDF - English - 8.13 Mb)