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- Carnegie Council Presents "The Crack-Up," a Podcast Series about the Pivotal Year of 1919
Created and hosted by historian and Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Ted Widmer, "The Crack-Up" is a special podcast series about the events of 1919, a turbulent year that in many ways shaped the 20th century and the modern world. Widmer is working with The "New York Times" on a series of long features on the legacy of 1919 and these podcasts are designed to complement the articles by interviewing each of the authors.
- Call for Abstracts for Carnegie Council's May 3 Student Research Conference, Deadline March 8, 2019
Abstracts should be no more than 500 words. Presentations will be 10 minutes long and must make a normative argument about international affairs and ethics. Topics can range from human rights, media, international law, justice, accountability, sustainability, and transparency.
- Most Popular Carnegie Council Resources, 2018
Carnegie Council presents its most popular resources created in 2018. Topics include solutions to inequality, Russian influence in France, democracy in danger, the situation in Burma/Myanmar, artificial intelligence, and much more.
- Just Out: "Ethics & International Affairs" Winter 2018 Issue
The centerpiece of this issue is a roundtable on competing normative visions for cyberspace. It also features an essay taking stock of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the 70th anniversary of its adoption; a feature assessing proposals to restrain the use of the veto at the UN Security Council; review essays on international law and on human rights; and book reviews.
- "The Living Legacy of the First World War": Carnegie Council Marks the 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day
On the 100th anniversary of the armistice, Carnegie Council's "The Living Legacy of the First World War" project joins other centennial initiatives that help rising generations to understand the weight and gravity of this moment in global history and the War's lasting imprint on the present.
- Carnegie Council's 2018 Climate Change Research Delegation to Manila, Philippines
From October 21-27, 2018, Devin Stewart and Amanda Ghanooni of the Council's Asia Dialogues program led a group of ten Pacific Delegates and two Contributors from seven countries and a diverse set of professional backgrounds to Manila to examine climate change in Philippine politics, society, and related issues. The group participated in classroom discussions, expert lectures, cultural activities, community dialogues, and site visits.
- Ethics in Action for Global Ethics Day 2018: 140+ Activities in 50+ Countries
Founded by Carnegie Council in 2014 and held every October, Global Ethics Day provides an opportunity for everyone around the world to explore the crucial role of ethics in their professions and their daily lives. October 17, 2018 marked the fifth annual Global Ethics Day; it was the biggest year yet. Thanks to all who took part.
- Ethics in Action: Celebrating the Fifth Global Ethics Day, October 17, 2018
Held every October, Global Ethics Day provides an opportunity for organizations around the world to hold events for people to explore the crucial role of ethics in their professions and their daily lives, each in their own way. This year, activities include activities to raise girls' self-esteem in Nigeria; a movie screening and panel discussion in Poland in memory of Kofi Annan; and a conference on journalism, ethics, and fake news in Venezuela.
- ACCA, Carnegie Council, and CFA Institute Join Forces to Shine a Light on Ethics
ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has teamed up with Carnegie Council and CFA Institute to celebrate this year's Global Ethics Day on October 17, 2018. Beginning with a series of "follow the sun" events on Global Ethics Day itself, the three organizations are also producing a film interview series called "Ethics in business: in their own words" which will feature a number of global CEOs.
- Just Out: "Ethics & International Affairs" Fall 2018 Issue
The centerpiece of this issue is a roundtable guest-edited by James Pattison on the ethics of overlooked alternatives to war, with contributions from Alex J. Bellamy, Corneliu Bjola, Cécile Fabre, Michael L. Gross, and James Pattison. Additionally, the issue contains an essay by Ian Hurd on the empire of international legalism; a feature by Alejandra Mancilla evaluating the moral force of territorial claims in Antarctica; a review essay by George DeMartino on sensible globalization in an illiberal era; and book reviews by Eleanor Gordon, Marcus Carlsen Häggrot, Shadi Mokhtari, and Serena Parekh.
- Back to School with Carnegie Council's Online Lessons, Worksheets, Primary Sources, and Activities
With the new school year in mind Carnegie Council has added timely new high school and undergraduate resources to its extensive online Education Section. These include two new sections, "Thinking Democratically" and "Moral Leadership and the Environment," plus new materials in the "Worksheets and Excerpts on History and Government" section.
- Cambridge University Press Offers Free Access to Eight Most-Cited "Ethics & International Affairs" Articles
Free access until the end of October to eight most-cited "Ethics & International Affairs" journal articles from 2017, compliments of Cambridge University Press. Topics include statelessness, refugees, human rights, R2P, Just War, and climate geoengineering.