The IDEA CETL runs various events throughout the academic year.
Details of future events will be listed here or you can search the forthcoming events calendar.
The Professional Ethics Network brings together individuals from business and the professions to discuss current, real-life ethical issues. PEN members meet at regular evening workshops during term time at the University of Leeds, which feature guest speakers presenting on a range of topics. For dates of future dates see the events calendar.
The Centre hosts an inter-disciplinary research seminar during term-time. Speakers are invited to present on a broad range of disciplines related to ethics, for approximately half an hour, which is then followed by an informal discussion. Where available audio recordings of these sessions are made available on iTunesU. These sessions are designed to help all involved to benefit from each other's expertise. The sessions run from 12noon on Wednesday afternoons, for future seminars dates see the events calendar.
Each January the Centre runs an informal weekend colloquium on selected themes in biomedical and health care ethics to which all students on the course and former students are invited. It has attracted external speakers such as Suzanne Uniacke, Susan Mendus, Heather Draper, Gordon Graham, Ruth Chadwick, Simon Lee and Helen Watt.
The Business Conference was held in conjunction with Leeds University Business school in April 2014. The conference saw a number of high profile speakers addressing a wide variety of topics. Please click here for more information about the conference.
The Real Integrity report was launched on the 30 October 2012, it is the culmination of a major research project which combined an online survey with nearly 1,500 respondents, interviews with 94 employees in organisations of a wide range of sizes and types, and an investigation into the philosophical literature, to gain practical insights into steps which organisations can take to promote or encourage integrity. The relationship between integrity and organisations is far from a new issue, but it is one which, in the wake of the banking crisis, the MPs' expenses scandal and the phone-hacking revelations at the News of the World, has never been more current. For further information and for a copy of the report please click here.
The Professional Ethics Network brings together individuals from business and the professions to discuss current, real-life ethical issues. To view the previous event we have held please click here.
The Centre hosts an inter-disciplinary research seminar during term-time. Speakers are invited to present on a broad range of disciplines related to ethics, to view previous topics and also audio recordings available on iTunesU please click here.