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null Ethics for Responsible Leadership in the 21st Century - 29 August

Nairobi – KENYA

2nd Interdisciplinary Session 2014
Theme: Ethics for Responsible Leadership in the 21st Century
Dates: 29th August 2014
Venue: Lang'ata Campus (GE) is a global network on applied ethics with individual and institutional participants from all continents. It came into a cooperation agreement with the Centre for Social Justice and Ethics (CSJE) of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa as a partner and host of the program East Africa (GE-EA) as the Regional Programme of for East Africa in March 2011.

The East Africa programme is organizing a one-day interdisciplinary session under the theme "Ethics for Responsible Leadership in the 21st Century. It is hoped that it will attract a wide participation from all disciplines, lecturers, students and researchers   to exchange ideas on ethical leadership in various fields.


  1. Ethics and Values
  2. Corruption and leadership
  3. Power and Politics
  4. Responsible leadership
  5. Leadership and service
  6. Good governance and leadership
  7. Stewardship and leadership
  8. Globalization and leadership

Abstract Submission

Lecturers, theologians, researchers, students and other ethicists who wish to participate and/or submit papers for presentation during the interdisciplinary session are requested to use:; or The email subject should be marked Session

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Abstracts should not exceed 400 words and should follow the following format: Font type; 12-point Cambria, double space and APA writing style. Top, bottom, left and right margins should be one (1) inch each.  Soft copy should be saved as a word file (Ms Word 2003 Compatible format or Rich Text Format).

Abstracts will be reviewed and scored on the following basis:

  1. Relevance to the Interdisciplinary theme
  2. Clarity: is the submission well organized and clearly written
  3. Scholarly contribution


Please note:  Only those whose abstracts have been accepted will be contacted and requested to develop the full paper for presentation.


Important interdisciplinary session dates:

  • Deadline for submission of Abstracts:  30th May 2014
  • Deadline for submission of Full paper: 31st July 2014
  • Date for the Interdisciplinary session: 29th  August 2014

All inquiries and submissions to:

Sr. Nduku
Programme Director


Programme Executive