Division of Global Affairs Hosts Global Ethics Conference Oct. 24
The Global Ethics Conference provides a forum for established scholars and advanced graduate students to present their ongoing research, offer commentaries, and engage in dialogue on the challenges of promoting global ethics in the 21st century.
Kevin Kolben, Esq.-Rutgers Business School, The Chains that Bind
Mr. James Abruzzo-Rutgers Business School, commenter
Melina Lito, Esq.-Global Action to Prevent War, Ethical Considerations in the Women Peace & Security Agenda: A Focus on Justice and Accountability
Dr. Joanna Regulska-Rutgers-Newark Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, commenter
Dr. Alexander Laban Hinton-Rutgers Division of Global Affairs, Justice in the Vernacular: Culture and Ethics at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal
Adil Ahmad Haque, Esq.-Rutgers School of Law-Newark, commenter
Dr. Jeff McMahan-Rutgers-New Brunswick Department of Philosophy, Respect for Animals
Dr. Jeff Sebo-New York University Environmental Studies Program, commenter
Dr. Collin O’Neil-New York University Center for Bioethics, International Clinical Trials and the Doctrine of Double Effect
Dr. Francis Barchi-Rutgers-New Brunswick School of Social Work, commenter
Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013, 9 am-5 pm
For event schedule, visit dga.rutgers.edu/index.php/news-events/global-ethics-conference-october-24-25-2013/.
The John Cotton Dana Library
185 University Avenue – Dana Room
Newark, NJ 07102
Division of Global Affairs at Rutgers-Newark
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
Student Association of Global Affairs at Rutgers-Newark
Center for Global Advancement and International Affairs
Jeff Benvenuto, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register for the event, visit dgaglobalethicsconference.eventbrite.com/.