Speakers and panellists from throughout Africa will be attending this year’s BEN-Africa Conference on 3-4 November. Qusay Salama from Egypt has led
The BEN-Africa Conference on 3-4 November 2022 provides a valuable opportunity for students, post-grads and emerging scholars to present their research. Blessing
A number of thought provoking papers will be presented at this year’s BEN-Africa’s Conference, one of which is Dr Ogunyemi’s “Autobiography and
One of the benefits of attending a BEN-Africa Conference is the opportunity to meet business ethics icons. Professor Emeritus Georges Enderle is
Gemma-Marie from Enabel’s Urbanization Project in Rwanda will be a panellist on Digital Ethics, ICT and Data Justice at this year’s BEN-Africa
We are exceptionally please to confirm that Florence Freda Dennis, Division Manager of Integrity and Prevention, in the Office Integrity and Anti-Corruption
Congratulations to Miss Njoko, lecturer at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa, whose paper ‘Considering corporate corruption as a global challenge for sustainable development: Recognising corporate fault and enforcing good governance and accountability’ was just accepted for the BEN-Africa Conference to be held 3-4 November 2022.
Miss Njoko, an alumnus of Wits University and the University of KwaZulu-Natal, is a full-time permanent staff member of the Law Faculty
We are offering TEN FREE registrations to attend the BEN-Africa Conference virtually. Take advantage of this excellent opportunity to be a delegate
Prof Kabiru Dandago of Bayero University in Nigeria, is the co-author of an accepted paper entitled ‘Achieving sustainable development goals through controllable conflicts’. Join us at the BEN-Africa Conference on 3-4 November to participate in the paper presentation.
Professor Dandago joined the services of Bayero University in September 1990 and rose to the rank of Professor of Accounting in 2007.
BREAKING NEWS: The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) partners with the BEN-Africa Conference.
UNODC, in cooperation with the Business Ethics Network of Africa (BEN-Africa), will organize a workshop for university lecturers from Africa in the