Preparing Ethical Professionals through Higher Education

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International Conference on Ethics

Days: 11-12 November 2019

Venue: Lang'ata Campus, Nairobi, Kenya

Type of event: International Conference

Cost:

  Early Brid Late Registration
CUEA Staff KES 3,000 KES 4,000
Non- CUEA KES 5,000 / USD 50 KES 6,000 / USD 60
CUEA Students KES 1,500 KES 2,000

 

Registration: globethics@cuea.edu

More information: 

Ethics is an essential requirement of any profession. Sustaining good ethics is being consistent with the principles of correct moral conduct constantly. Globethics.net East Africa programme in collaboration with The Catholic University of Eastern Africa is organising an international conference under the theme "Preparing Ethical Professionals through Higher Education." It is hoped that this conference will attract a wide participation from all disciplines. 

Call for papers:

Participants may write on, but not limited to the following sub-themes:

1. Legal Ethics for Professionals

2. Ethics for Teaching Professionals

3. Social Science Professional Ethics
  1. Criminal Conduct
  2. Conflicts of Interest
  3. Client Confidences & Privilege
  1. Provision of quality education
  2. Commitment towards the profession
  3. Cooperating with colleagues, parents and community
  1. Contribution of the Social Sciences in understanding ethics
     
4. Medical Ethics 5. Engineering Ethics 6. Business Ethics
  1. Bioethics
  2. Human rights
  3. Experimentation
  4. Beginning and end of life
  5. Nursing ethics
  1. Environmental Protection
  2. Public Safety
  3. Corruption, Bribery and Fraud
  1. Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Business and work Ethics
  2. Ethics of investment
  3. Finance and Business Ethics
     
7. Ethics for the Scientists 8. Theological Ethics 9. Media Ethics
  1. Ethics and Natural Sciences
  2. Ethics and Health Sciences
  3. Ethics and innovations
  1. Infertility, Reproductive Technology, and Adoption Stewardship of the Environment
  2. Ethics and marriage
  1. Journalism Ethics
  2. Marketing Ethics in Media
 

Abstracts should not exceed 150 words and should follow the following format: Font type; 12-point New Times Roman, single 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 (doc or rtf). 

 

Abstracts will be reviewed and scored on the following basis: 
  • Relevance to the conference theme
  • Clarity: is the submission well organised and clearly written
  • Scholarly contribution
 

Deadlines:

  • Deadline for submission of Abstracts:  20 September 2019
  • Communication on Abstracts: 30 September 2019
  • Deadline for early bird Registration: 10 October 2019
  • Deadline for submission of Full paper: 31 October 2019
  • Deadline for Late Registration: 4 November 2019

 

Organisers:

The catholic univesity of africa