Just in Time Lecture Series
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs is pleased to present a five part lecture series entitled: "Just in Time." This series provides a format that enables a response to ethical questions arising from issues of the day.
OCTOBER 30 | HALIFAX | SAINT MARY'S UNIVERSITY
Panelist: Krista Daley, Director and CEO, Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission
JANUARY 21 | HALIFAX | SAINT MARY'S UNIVERSITY
Who are the key players, what questions should we be asking them, what are their roles, and are they fulfilling them?
Panelist: Greg Grice, Regional President, Atlantic Provinces, RBC Royal Bank
Health Research? The implications of Pharmaceutical Industry Influence from the Laboratory to the Marketplace
FEBRUARY 15 | HALIFAX | SAINT MARY'S UNIVERSITY
A timely debate by a diverse panel of experts addressing the risks and benefits of industry influence in Canadian health research
Panelist: Francoise Baylis, Novel Tech Ethics, Dalhousie University Department of Bioethics
This presentation was further supported by the Canadian Business Ethics Research Network, Novel Tech Ethics at Dalhousie University, and the Situating Science Research Cluster.
FEBRUARY 25 | HALIFAX | SAINT MARY'S UNIVERSITY
Is religion foundational to our collective sense of right and wrong?
Panelist: Eric Beresford, President, Atlantic School of Theology
JUNE 15 | HALIFAX | SAINT MARY'S UNIVERSITY
Where are women's rights and economic justice in the solutions?
Keynote: Joanna Kerr, Director of Policy and Outreach, Oxfam Canada
This presentation is supported by Oxfam Canada
CCEPA is a joint initiative of The Atlantic School of Theology and Saint Mary's University .
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