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null Newsletter n°4 – August 2006

After summer news from Globethics!

Ladies and gentlemen,

Dear participants,

This is a brief version of the newsletter, intending to keep you updated on the latest news and developments of our initiative. In this edition, we particularly draw your attention to some news items in the corresponding section of our website.

Life at
2006 international conference on ‘Fundamentalism and Ethics’
Other news


Life at

The network keeps growing on a fast rate.

As of now, the number of 200 individual participants, almost 60 of which being affiliated to a participating institution, is reached. We are committed to keep growing and to enlarging the circle of active participants through various activities in the coming months. Among these will be a new brochure and other information materials which will be made available for further distribution. You will be kept informed about all developments through our newsletters which will continuously be sent to all participants.

Find the current list of participants


2006 international conference on ‘Fundamentalism and Ethics’

From August 27-31, 2006, 3rd international conference will be held at Huissen, the Netherlands. 45 participants from 26 countries representing five continents will participate in this event.

Keynote speakers at the conference are:

Prof. Nancy Ammerman, Boston, USA
Prof. Veit Bader, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Dr. Nigel Dower, Aberdeen, UK
Prof. Guillermo Hansen, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Prof. Muhammad Machasin, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Dr. Roel Meijer, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

In addition to the keynote papers, there will be 24 workshop papers presented in four parallel sections.

Please consult the
final programme of the conference.

A comprehensive report on the event will be made available on our website in September 2006.


Other news

The Journal on Global Ethics

University of Birmingham Centre for Global Ethics launched in 2005 the Journal on Global Ethics. Although it is not accessible open source, it represents a very valuable resource for the study of issues related to the interests of most participants. Click here for the summary of the first issues. You can access articles published in one of the first volumes for free.
A forthcoming volume of the Journal will be devoted to the issue of Women’s Rights. You can find a note on our website:
Calls for Papers section.
NB: participants residing in eligible countries may try to access the journal in an appropriate library through
INASP’s PERI initiative.

Next Newsletter

The next newsletter will be sent to you in September 2006. We will be pleased to publish any news item you may want to communicate to the participants in our newsletter!

Yours sincerely,

Jean-Daniel Strub
Executive Coordinator

Geneva, 24 August 2006