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Three global events celebrated during this month of February refer to the themes of inclusion and education. The international Day for Women and...

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Having worked and lived in and around Geneva, Switzerland since 1998, where international cooperation on an array of fields, including human rights, humanitarian aid, health and migration are in the air somehow, I grew alarmed early on in the lockdown here in March 2020 when I realised that the blanket coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic was excluding so much other news from the headlines.The...

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Ethics is about life. It is the study and discipline for rational beings to know the distinction between good and evil. Ethics is about doing the...

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People of different races, cultures, religions, nationalities have some specific ways to depict collective memories of important events deemed crucial to their lives. Certain historical moments are remembered by some in a heroic light, as occasions that fill them with pride, while for others they are remembered as dark memories. The Javanese, the group that I belong to culturally, were quite...

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AIDS remains one of the most destructive epidemics in history, accounting for 690'000 deaths in 2019 alone [1]. Every single week, 5500 young women...

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n 27 September 2020, the Republic of Azerbaijan attacked the Armenian Republic of Artsakh (also known as Nagorno-Karabakh), which is under the...

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 In this month’s edition of In the Spotlight, we interview Gilles Bach, French strategy consultant in the data, AI and digital space, instructor on Globethics.net’s Cyber Ethics and...

In the spotlight

Get to know our team, and their motivation and aspirations for working at Globethics.net, and putting ethics at the center

Article taken from this longer text by Christoph Stückelberger, Globethics.net President & FounderWinning or losing or options in between? This is the painful question in the cruel war in...
Dear partners, friends and colleagues,In the face of growing impunity, wilful greed, the distortion of values-driven communities, unquantifiable ignorance, the quest for raw power occasioning wars...
This blog post is an edited version of the opening message presented by Rita Astfalck, outgoing Board member and former General Manager of the U.W. Linsi Foundation, at the Globethics.net Board of...
May 3 is World Press Freedom Day. Every year, this day acts to remind governments of the need to respect press freedom and media professionals of the need for media ethics. It is also a day of...
A celebratory disruption and an invitation to action for living peacefully together across cultures. This could serve as a brief summary of the Cultural Diversity Day the United Nations celebrated...