Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs is proud to announce that it is partnering with the Forum Network, a PBS and NPR public media service in collaboration with public stations and community partners across the United States.
Carnegie Council focuses on three broad themes: Ethics, War, and Peace; Global Social Justice (including the ethical dilemmas caused by climate change); and Religion in Politics. Its in-house Carnegie Ethics Studio films over 70 events a year, and is now posting a selection of the most outstanding of these videos on the Forum Network. Recent postings include:
- Scholar Michael Mandelbaum discusses his book, The Frugal Superpower: America's Global Leadership in a Cash-Strapped Era.
- The panel "U.S. Military: Leading by Example," in which representatives from the Navy, the Marines, and the Army Corps of Engineers illustrate how the U.S. military is developing renewable, clean energy sources, both to power U.S. forces and to combat climate change.
- Journalist Eliza Griswold discusses her book: The Tenth Parallel: Dispatches
from the Fault Line between Christianity and Islam.
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"Carnegie Council is very proud to partner with the Forum Network," says Carnegie Council President Joel Rosenthal. "Our goals are similar—to provide educational material for concerned citizens everywhere—and this provides an excellent opportunity to extend our audience. We are confident that anyone concerned with the importance of ethical values in international affairs will find our videos stimulating and useful."
The PBS/NPR Forum Network online library features thousands of lectures by some of the world's foremost scholars, authors, artists, scientists, policy makers, and community leaders, available to citizens of the world for free. The Forum Network partners with top research institutions to gather content. For more information, click here.
In addition to producing and distributing live webcasts, full-length audios, videos, and audio podcasts, and short YouTube clips from Council programs, the Carnegie Ethics Studio also creates substantial content, including: audio interviews, a half-hour Global Ethics Forum TV series, a weekly Global Ethics Corner video and audio short, and a weekly video podcast. Its distribution outlets range from public television stations to college radio stations to online partners. To learn more, click here.