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Jan 9, 2019| Ethics in the Evening
Is it RIght to Own Animals?
Dr. Andrew Fenton – Philosophy, Dalhousie
Jan 21, 2019| The Impoverishment of Ethical Consciousness
Alberto Manguel – Author, Anthologist, and Translator
Jan 24, 2019| The Marshall Lecture in Public Philosophy
Dr. Lydia Patton – Professor of Philosophy, Virginia Tech
Feb 13, 2018| Ethics in the Evening
The Ethics of Getting Around
Gerry Post – Executive Director, Nova Scotia Accessibility Directorate
Feb 20, 2018| Ethics of Suicide
Dr. Stan Kutcher – Professor of Psychiatry, Dalhousie University
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by Lydia Swiatkowska On March 8, 2018 at Dalhousie University, CCEPA co-hosted a public forum called “Nowhere to go: A public dialogue on youth and sexual exploitation, ” along with the MacEachen Institute, the Healthy Populations Institute, the Gender and Health...
Who can access our health data and how will it be used? by Jacqueline Lee The rise of health data technology has potential implications for your privacy. Dr. Anita Ho, Associate Professor in Bioethics at the Centre for Applied Ethics at the University of British...
The Seven Deadly Sins is a seven-part series developed by CCEPA with the support of the Segelberg trust and the Halifax Central Library. It explores the personal and collective consequences of our thoughts and actions as we continue to grapple with the age old...