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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...
EditorialCopyright, plagiarism and research ethicsBy Ignace HaazCopyright, plagiarism and research ethics play an important role, particularly in the context of UNESCO's World Book and...
EditorialA Completely Different Planet: COVID-19 One Year OnBy Lucy Howe López Photo by Bruno Sersocima from FreeImages"Looks like we are going back to a completely different planet."...

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