Perhaps one of the strangest arguments in ethical philosophy is the notion of a different ethical standard, value, or duty existing for those we are personally connected to versus those we relate to in public life. What is at question is not the rightness or wrongness of individual actions, but how we are to act depending on our relationship to those who have committed an immoral or unethical act.
via Epoché Magazine, December 2021See More
Dr Matt Beard, ethicist and Program Director of the Vincent Fairfax Fellowship, spoke with Geraldine Doogue for Saturday Extra on the ABC about conflicts of interest.
Via the ABC, 13 November 2021See More
Responsible investments are the hot new trend. Richard Brandweiner, an alumnus of the Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership, chair of Impact Investing Australia and chief executive, Australia, of investment manager Pendal – sees the beginning of a long-term transition in asset allocation towards responsible investing. But transparency and reporting standards are needed to avoid greenwashing.
via Acuity, 30 September 2021See More
Engineers face ethical dilemmas that they are not well equipped to deal with through their education. This article in The Conversation suggests to give much greater weight to ethics when training engineers and not treat it as an “add-on” subject.
The Conversation, 16 July 2021See More