This book is a large collection of 89 short essays on the utility of the Catholic theology for life, in times of radical changes. This work answers in a powerful way, the contemporary questions of modern life and society in simple language, finely narrated and here presented with a selected range of texts from the Old and New Testaments.
All indicators point to the need for a new dawn for humanity, within countries but also across borders and internationally. The world is changing. A new horizon emerges and many are searching for and wishing for something better, to live in "One World" built on mutual respect for individual and collective responsibility and achieving and sharing the well-being of humanity and of the entire planet.
Globethics.net Executive Director Obiora Ike took part in the closing panel discussion in an international conference on ‘Religious Communities and Sustainable Development: Towards a post 2030 Development Agenda – A Transdisciplinary Perspective' hosted by Humboldt University Berlin, Germany from 8-11 June 2021.
Globethics.net India jointly organised the International Conference on Transcending the Frontiers of Science and Technology in collaboration with Graphic Era Hill University from May 12 – 22, 2021.
Globethics.net and United People Global (UPG) have joined forces "to encourage and to enable people to make the world a better place". This phrase is UPG's mission and is at the heart of Globethics.net's.
Globethics.net Executive Director, Obiora Ike participated in the United People Global Learning Lab with an intervention entitled ‘Ethics: The Foundation for a Stable and Sane Society' on 29 April 2021.
Globethics.net recently signed a new cooperation agreement with the Bedër University College in Tirana, Albania, which came into effect on the 1 March 2021. The Cooperation agreement is rooted in the shared goal of promoting ethics in higher education.
The Governor of Plateau, Simon Lalong, has appointed Prof. Obiora Ike as the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Council of Plateau State University, Bokkos. The appointment was contained in a statement issued by the university’s Public Relations Officer, Mr John Agam, and made available to newsmen in Jos on Monday
Three global events celebrated during this month of February refer to the themes of inclusion and education. The international Day for Women and Girls in Science is an event celebrated annually on 11 February by the United Nations to remind all that women, who until recently were left behind, have capabilities and are subjects with potentials who contribute to science and its improvement.
The 18 chapters of this book are a result of a Globethics.net conference in March 2018 at the Catholic University of East Africa (CUEA) in Kenya, focused on the integration of Ethics in Higher Education.
This is further to the “Seventh National Peace convention and the first Global Peace Convention drawn with inter-religious prayer for peace led by Dr. Paul Poovathingal. While speaking on the topic, “Empowerment of women for peacebuilding”, Lavina D’Souza from New York, USA
Ethics is a universal concern for all people around the world, and this book explores how and why ethics is still relevant today. Who Cares About Ethics? is made up of selected essays from participants in the Globethics.net Network, capitalising on their diverse knowledge and life experiences.
Nothing about year 2020 is usual. Uncertainty has been the term and COVID 19 a trigger. As we approach the end of year 2020 and look forward to year 2021, we become aware of endings and new beginnings.
This year's International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity was hosted virtually from 25 to 26 November 2020.
Ethics is about life. It is the study and discipline for rational beings to know the distinction between good and evil. Ethics is about doing the right thing, making the right choices, ...
The book 'Globalance: Ethics handbook for a Balanced World Post-COVID' was written by founder and President of Globethics.net, Christoph Stückelberger.
This year's conference will focus on addressing distinct COVID-19 cyber challenges, covering a total of 55 topics. Sessions will range from 'Artificial Intelligence, Ethics & Emerging Trends' to ...
Globethics.net has joined over 170 organisations in a statement on International Peace Day, 21 September 2020, to call to governments to take action for peace.
Globethics.net Executive Director, Nigerian priest and human rights activist Obiora Francis Ike has received this year's Stephanus Prize for persecuted Christians on 3 July in Geneva at the headquarters of the World ...
Undoubtedly, life will be different from now on, hopefully. We are all part of the ongoing tragic and drastically speedy invasion of the human space by the tiny virus COVID-19.This virus has dramatically and forcibly ...
Author: Obiora F. Ike
Series number: Globethics.net Co-Publications Series
This book is concerned by the effectiveness of a limited number of cardinal virtues that great religions have in common with philosophical ethics, and the author uses philosophy as a practical aim for better inviting value- and reason-oriented actions.
The reflections in this book emanate from several lectures, speeches and conferences papers delivered by the author on matters that impact the world. They are now put together in one volume to fulfill the need of documentation of reflected ...
The Education Relief Foundation (ERF) jointly with the Republic of Djibouti
organized the III ForumBIE 2030 from 27 - 29 January, 2020 in Djibouti City.
This third ForumBIE 2030, with the overall aim to develop strategies for achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) on inclusive and equitable quality education ...
Globethics.net was invited to attend and participate in the International Summit for Balanced and Inclusive Education, held in Djibouti City, Djibouti. The event, which brought together government ...
Msgr. Obiora Ike attends the First Meeting of the General Assembly of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace (GCTP)
The first meeting of the General Assembly of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace (GCTP) was held at the building of Lisbon Academy ...