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"It is as it is, Ma!" There is probably not a fragment of a sentence that shook me more than this. A few years ago, my then teenage son shared a...

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On 12 August 2021 we again celebrate International Youth Day and Globethics.net joins her voice with others in the international community in...

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All indicators point to the need for a new dawn for humanity, within countries but also across borders and internationally. The world is changing....

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The path to sustainability is in our hands. We usually form organisations to deliver services and/or manufacture products. By doing so, we place tremendous pressure on all ecosystems that sustain our way of life. Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, and maybe before that time too, humans have created a linear model for manufacturing natural resources to fulfil their basic needs. We...

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Reflections at the Occasion of the United Nations World Day of Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development On 21 May 2021 the United...

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Copyright, plagiarism and research ethics play an important role, particularly in the context of UNESCO's World Book and Copyright Day,...

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"Looks like we are going back to a completely different planet." These were the words of astronaut Jessica Meir as she prepared to leave...

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As part of a sabbatical chair replacement at the Augustana University in Germany in the Autumn semester 2020-2021, Globethics.net...

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 In this latest edition of our In the Spotlight series, we interview Jakob William Bühlmann Quero, Globethics.net Assistant Editor. Jakob tells Communications Assistant Josie Hough about the...

In the spotlight

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

“When I was a child, I spoke as a child; I thought as a child; I reasoned like a child. When I became an adult, I put an end to childish things. Even now we see in a glass dimly but then we shall...
Defining ambivalence Having a strong desire to do something and, at the same time, an equally strong desire not to do the same thing is ambivalence. There is often confusion surrounding the...
World Book and Copyright Day 23 April 2022 is the focus of the Newsletter this month with contributions from our library colleagues and others. UNESCO chose this day in 1995 as World Book Day on...
Humanity is an ocean, and it is a herculean task to define “what it means to be human.” The person who rescues someone in trouble is considered an angel or saint, not an ordinary human being. Even...
Christoph Stückelberger, 5 March 2022 [1]I attended the MWC22 congress, the global leading event for the ‘connectivity industry’ with mobile technologies. It took place in Barcelona, Spain from 28...