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A new Orthodox Handbook on Ecumenism with resources for theological education, and produced using the workgroup facilities of Globethics.net and GlobeTheoLib, has been launched at the Ecumenical...
GEPP “Executive Summer School on Global Environmental Policy”, organised by the University of Geneva, in partnership with UNEP and participation of Globethics.net, will be held (for the third time)...
Religions in Thailand call for peace in the violent conflict. One of the leading mediators in the conflict is Parichart Suwandbubbha, Professor of Buddhism and Director of the Centre for Peace at...
Highlights of this newsletter: Global Ethics Forum 2014; Putting Ethics into Action; Ethical Dilemmas in the Information Society; GEPP Executive Summer School on Global Environmental Policy
A new and unique online collection on Hindu Ethics including a detailed and innovative classification and already over 1400 articles and books. Explanation of methodology and classification tree.
Bangalore/Geneva: 4 January 2014: Increasing the access to scientific texts on religious ethics contributes to understanding and peace between religions. A new innovative online collection on Hindu...
Bangalore/Geneva, 3 January 2014: Reducing inequalities in society is needed for human dignity and for more peace, stability and sustainable economic development. The Global Ethics Forum Conference...
Read about the European launch of the African Law Library, new publications and the latest on the Global Ethics Forum taking place in Bangalore from 3-5 January 2014.
The African Innovation Foundation (AIF), in collaboration with Globethics.net, is launching the African Law Library, the first digital library offering information on law and governance for the...
A two-day interdisciplinary conference will be held at Wolfson College, Oxford, on 20-22 March 2014, to examine Isaiah Berlin's view of the Enlightenment and the presence of the Enlightenment in...