null Newsletter No 6/2019 - Let's Talk about Money: the Economics of Ethics in Higher Education


Let's Talk about Money: the Economics of Ethics in Higher Education

By Christoph Stückelberger, President and Founder

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Let's talk about money! "Show me your budget and accounts and I will tell you your ethical values" is a simple impact measurement rule. How much does a higher education institution spend on salaries, on buildings, on the discretionary fund of the Vice Chancellor, on marketing, on scholarships for poor students, on community outreach, on travel? And what is the national budget for education of a country? Financial constraints are often at the root of unethical praxis in universities and in the education system as a whole. Therefore, in order to transform higher education to become more ethical, we need to understand and influence its economic foundations.

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ETHICS for successSala de conferencias - Seminario Internacional sobre Ética en la Educación Superior en Buenos AiresSave the date
Ethics Education - Strategy for Success
When: 28-30 August 2019 

Where: Geneva, Switzerland
What: Workshop 


Seminario Internacional de Ética en la Educación Superior, una dimensión transversal 
When: 21-22 October 2019 
Where: Buenos Aires, Argentina
What: International Conference

World Teachers' Day: 5 October 2019

Global Ethics Day: 16 October 2019

Open Access Week: 21-27 October 2019

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Article of the month: The dazzling darkness of God's triune Love
Hans Urs von Balthasar argued that "not only the faith but the heart, too, is wrapped up in a spiritless, conscientious and ultimately Pharisaic practice, a religion of dogmas and an enthusiasm for dogmas (the more that are defied, the better), a zeal for everything that can be seen, that is limited, calculable, and controlled."
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Course on ethics for teachers
Reserve your place now: Ethics in Higher Education for Teaching Professionals
When: 16 September 2019 
Where: Online
What: Online course

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Network Updates

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Lecture: Cyber Ethics and Cyber Law
Dr Christoph Stückelbeger gave a lecture on Cyber Ethics and Cyber Law to an audience of over 300 law students at Christ (deemed-to-be) University in Bangalore, India.
The Anglican Communion: new member of the Consortium
The Anglican Communion joined the Consortium on Ethics in Higher Education on 27 June 2019.  
Thinking space: ethics, environment and cities
Dr Obiora Ike was invited to give a keynote speech at the BMW Foundation 'thinking space' on the theme of the Good Life and Sustainable Cities 2030.
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Breakfast roundtable discussion on religion and development
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit together with Brot für die Welt and the International Partnership on Religion and Sustainable Development (PaRD), organised a roundtable in Brussels, Belgium to put Religion and Development on the European agenda.
The future of Nigeria in 2035
World experts came together to discuss the development of alternative scenarios for the development of Nigeria in 2035 during the workshop in Bonn, Germany.
Strengthening the network in India has signed cooperation agreements with the University of Delhi, Birla Institute of Management Technology (BIMTECH) and with Cyberlaw University® in India. 
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The Value of Critical Knowledge, Ethics and EducationMainstreaming Ethics in Higher Education, Vol. 1

The Value of Critical Knowledge, Ethics and Education
This book introduces six important conceptual tools developed by philosophers. The author develops each particular view in the different chapters with the aim to constitute at the end a concise, interesting and easily readable whole.

Mainstreaming Ethics in Higher Education, Vol. 1
The 30 chapters of this book form a panorama across various disciplines on five key themes integrating education or research ethics with 1) administration, 2) business/finance, 3) education, 4) environment, 5) justice and law
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Spirituality 4.0 at the Workplace and FaithInvest - Building BridgesDiaconia: An Introduction. Theological Foundation of Christian Service

Spirituality 4.0 at the Workplace and FaithInvest - Building Bridges
This book contains is the report of two International Conferences organised by the Geneva Agape Foundation, the World Council of Churches and the ACT Alliance on 20-22 January 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland.

Diaconia: An Introduction. Theological Foundation of Christian Service
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