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Author: Lucy Howe LópezWorld Book and Copyright Day 23 April 2022 is the focus of the Newsletter this month with contributions from our library colleagues and others.Each book I read, like each...
Author: Obiora Ike Pope Francis rightly spoke the words on many of our lips on 26th March 2022 when he said: “This war is shameful for all of us, for all of humanity, as it is...
Author: Amélé Ekué“As members of the ‘beloved community,’ Black women are responsible, along with others who care, for collecting facts to determine whether injustice exists, whether a law, an...
Author: Lucy Howe LópezMartin Luther King, Jr in his essay ‘The Purpose of Education’ in 1947 wrote that for him: “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think...
Author: Obiora Ike2021 is drawing to a close and it is Christmas once again. As we celebrate, many of the fundamental questions for humanity remain. What is the purpose of it all? Why are we here?...
Author: Amélé Ekué“You have a fullness you need to bring out. It’s not an emptiness you need to cover up with things.” – Ayi Kwei Armah, FragmentsInclusion, equity and diversity can pave the way...
Save the dates!Globethics.net International Conference 2021 on Inclusion, Equity and Diversity in Higher Education – for the World We Want to ShapeThis is the second in our Building New Bridges...
EditorialA Garment You Cannot Take Off: On racism and how young people can teach us important ethical lessonsBy Amélé Adamavi-Aho Ekué"It is as it is, Ma!" There is probably not a fragment of...
EditorialWith Ethics - A New Dawn and A New Era for Humanity EmergesBy Obiora IkeAll indicators point to the need for a new dawn for humanity, within countries but also across borders and...
EditorialExpanding the Circle of the We: Why Cultural Diversity MattersBy Amélé EkuéAcademic Dean, Amélé Ekué shares her reflections on the occasion of the United Nations World Day of Cultural...

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