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Newsletter No 4/2019 - Ethics thinking on world days and reading in a digital age

The global community is nourished each year through the services of the United Nations, its implementing agencies and related foundations on the occasion of World Book and Copyright Day (23 April)...   Weiterlesen »

New Collection: Research Ethics by Disciplines

Research Ethics by Disciplines is part of Globethics.net Educational Collections; it is focusing on main disciplines of research and related specific ethical concern. References:...   Weiterlesen »

Article of the month: Teachers' Perception of an Integrated Approach to Biology and Emotional Learning

Ferreira González, Laura; Thomas Hennemann; Kirsten Schlüter, "Teachers' Perception of an Integrated Approach to Biology and Emotional Learning", Journal of...   Weiterlesen »

Cyber Ethics a topic in the Russian Civic Chamber

The Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation, a consultative civil society institution which analyses draft legislation and monitors the activities of the parliament, government and...   Weiterlesen »

Student Hackathon to finding solutions for lifelong learning

Images by ITU pictures This year, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Geneva...   Weiterlesen »

Moral and Ethical Issues in Human Genome Editing

Recent reports of a Chinese scientist who claims to have applied genome editing techniques to human embryos, which were subsequently implanted and resulted in the birth of live babies, means that...   Weiterlesen »

Call for papers: The ethics of African development and the development of African ethics

The Business Ethics Network of Africa ( BEN-Africa ), a long-standing partner of Globethics.net, is making the first call for papers for its 18th Annual BEN-Africa Conference on 7-8...   Weiterlesen »

Home-Grown Solutions: Legacy to Generations in Africa, Vol. 2

This second volume is part of a study which envisions to rehabilitate the original positive primal practices in Rwandan way of life as a factor of sustainable development for nations. The...   Weiterlesen »

Home-Grown Solutions: Legacy to Generations in Africa, Vol.1

The collection of essays published in this first of two volumes tries to describe and analyse the nature and depth of the "home grown solutions" as presented in post-genocide Rwanda.   Weiterlesen »

Reaching technoutopia through cyber ethics

Humanity is living between technoutopia and technophobia. Technology and Artificial Intelligence (AI) drive daily human lives, and it is causing ethical dilemmas: is AI being used to...   Weiterlesen »
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