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The Ethics Centre invites distinguished business and community leaders to address luncheon guests in our widely acclaimed Luncheon Speaker Series. Topics include critical reflections on ethics, governance and corporate responsibility of particular interest to business executives, academics, public officials and ethics practitioners.SIGN UP
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Founded in 1988, we are a uniquely Canadian, independent ethics center. We are dedicated to promoting and maintaining an ethical orientation and culture in Canadian organizations.BECOME A MEMBER
During my many years working with Transparency International Canada, I enjoyed a collegial relationship with the Ethics Centre, focusing on the shared desire to educate the business, government, non-profit and academic communities about the importance of addressing corruption as the core issue upon which other ethical issues could then be more successfully challenged. As an ethics consultant and long-time Individual Member of the Centre, I continue to appreciate the activities the Centre offers for all to learn to recognize the importance of ethics in every aspect of our lives.
“Business leaders, public servants and academics value membership in the Ethics Centre to promote and preserve an ethical culture in organizations. For the past 20 years instructors in the Graduate Corporate Social Responsibility/Sustainability program at the University of St. Michael’s College have benefitted from the opportunity to engage with other members, to access the Centre’s resources and to participate in a variety of events. ”
Been a member for over 25 years. Organizational confusion as to the role of how to include ethical considerations in organizational decision making existed then and to some extent still does. How does one make it part of the factors organizations use to make decisions. The Centre was/is a place to learn from what others were doing so as to bring back ideas. It brings together others with similar issues/needs/ ideas on how to do that. Provides great value for the cost of membership.
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