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Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership

October 16, 2014: 4th Annual Carnegie Global Ethics Fellows' Conference

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Photo by David Bledsoe (CC)

Hosted this year at the City College of New York and co-sponsored by Rajan Menon, Carnegie Global Ethics Fellow and the Anne and Bernard Spitzer Chair in Political Science at the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership. 

The conference will include six roundtables with the Carnegie Council's Global Ethics Fellows on the Council’s Centennial themes, each of which will be chaired chaired by a CCNY professor.
 
The conference will spotlight  living ethically and applying the Golden Rule with a keynote speech by philosopher and professor Peter Singer on accounting for "a point of view of the universe."

Partial Conference Agenda:

10 a.m.
Global Ethics Fellow Roundtables and Q&A
Dialogues on the future of:
  • citizenship and difference,
  • democracy and its challengers,
  • corruption and trust,
  • environment and growth,
  • war and reconciliation, and
  • technology and risk
 Peter Singer, Keynote Speakers
Noon
Roundtables ajourn; lunch served.
Keynote speaker,
Peter Singer,
the Ira W. DeCamp
Professor of Bioethics
at Princeton University
and one of the world's
leading moral philosophers. more
2:30 p.m.
Keynote Speech, "Global Ethics and the Point of View of the Universe," the Great Hall of Shepard Hall, City College
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Free and Open to the Public
Rajan Menon holds the Anne
and Bernard Spitzer Chair
in Political Science and is a
Non-Resident Senior Fellow
at the Atlantic Council.
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For more information, or to RSVP, please contact:

Dee Dee Mozeleski
dmozeleski@ccny.cuny.edu
Tel: 212.650.7396

The City College of New York and Carnegie Council