October 21, 2020 marked the seventh annual Global Ethics Day. Hundreds of activities spanned 30+ countries, with activities on six continents. Participants often held socially distant or virtual events, with submissions from Asia, Africa, Australia, Eurasia, Europe, North America, South America, and the Caribbean.
David Grayson, chair of the Institute of Business Ethics, shares his vision of the future of Global Ethics Day in this blog post.
October 16, 2019 marked the sixth annual Global Ethics Day, and it was one of the biggest years yet. By Carnegie Council’s count, there were 140+ activities by organizations and individuals in nearly 50 countries.They took place in Asia, Africa, Australia, Eurasia, Europe, the Americas (North, South and Central America, and the Caribbean), and the Middle East.
Carnegie Council Releases “Ethics in Business” Compilation Videos Ahead of Global Ethics Day on October 16
Ahead of Global Ethics Day on October 16, Carnegie Council has released three short videos compiling some of the most compelling moments from the “Ethics in Business: In Their Own Words” interview series, produced in partnership with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and CFA Institute.
Global Ethics Day 2019: Carnegie Council to Partner with Bruce Weinstein, The Ethics Guy® for a Webinar on October 16
Carnegie Council will partner with Bruce Weinstein, The Ethics Guy®, for a Global Ethics Day webinar on business ethics on October 16, entitled “How Ethical Leadership is the Key to Sustained Success in Business.”
Carnegie Council Announces International Student Essay Contest on Internet Responsibility, Deadline: Global Ethics Day 2019
This annual essay contest is open to students of all nationalities anywhere in the world. This year’s topic: “Is there an ethical responsibility to regulate the Internet?” Length: 1,000-1,500 words. Deadline: October 16, 2019.
Join Carnegie Council & Organizations around the World: Celebrate Global Ethics Day, October 16, 2019
Whether in business or in politics, the environment or emerging technologies, we manage ethical challenges on a daily basis. On most days, we take these challenges as they come. On October 16th, we will take steps to put our principles into action.
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs announces the sixth annual Global Ethics Day (#globalethicsday2019) on the third Wednesday in October: October 16, 2019.
For Global Ethics Day 2018, Intel shared their commitment to living up to their code of conduct and adhering to their core values. “In all that we do—from treating others equally with dignity and respect to speaking up when something isn’t right—ethics matter.”
This article from Tanenbaum asks the questions: What does Global Ethics Day mean in today’s world? What do we mean by ethics? Do we mean our values? Or do we mean how we live our lives?
Philippa Foster Back CBE, writes, “every day is ethics day” at the Institute of Business Ethics because “doing business in the right way is everybody’s responsibility.”
For Global Ethics Day 2018, the ACCA hosted a global series of over 20 breakfast events which “followed the sun.” The series draws on the views of a diverse range of professionals, regulators and experts on how business can approach a shared “ethical future,” and how ethics can be put into action.