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1. The African Journal of Business Ethics has just published its latest issue Vol 11, No 2(2017).  We invite you to view

Call for papers 16th annual conference 9-10 November ‘Ethics & Energy’

BEN-Africa's 16th annual conference, 9-10 Nov, 'Ethics & Energy' is an international platform for stakeholders from the private sector, the public sector, non-profit organisations and academia to come together to reflect, to discuss and to respond to the opportunities and challenges related to promoting ethics, governance and sustainability in African contexts. Inputs from and about the region, as well as contributions dealing with Africa’s position with respect to other world regions (especially as regards ethics, governance and sustainability initiatives and challenges in the energy sector) will be considered.

KPMG BEN-Africa Ethics Forum Discussion: “Burning Issues” Summary

On 8 October 2015 KPMG and BEN-Africa hosted the 2nd "Ethics Forum". Ethics management practitioners, academics and other interested parties were invited to discuss the priorities and challenges of organisational ethics management. The theme for this forum was "Making an Ethics Office Effective and Relevant". One session of the forum was devoted to small group discussions on the "burning issues" in ethics management. Four questions were discussed, and the answers of delegates are summarised below.

Globethics.net Newsletter 02/2015

EDITORIAL Lets Talk Money By Gisella Reina: Programme Executive Donor Relations Granted, nobody really likes to talk about money, especially if someone feels

Engage with the Issue of Inequality BEN-Africa Newsletter, 2014:4

It is almost unthinkable that another conference is behind is. In the end we had a small conference, yet very meaningful. The theme, Equal in an Unequal World, was spot on and addressed a critically important issue of our time, especially in its various manifestations on our continent. Although the keynote addresses highlighted various issues in relation to inequality, education eventually emerged as the mostly discussed dimension of the agenda.