Notes on the ethical foundations

Notes on the ethical foundations

I’d like to start by stating how impressed I am with the initiative behind, and the work already carried out by, Ethical Reading. It’s clear that meeting the serious challenges we face (as individuals, as local communities, and on a global scale) is going to require...
Jim Bignal talks to Sir John Madjeski

Jim Bignal talks to Sir John Madjeski

Listen to Jim Bignal, one of our founders, being interviewed by Sir John Madejski on his weekly radio show, Round at Sir John’s, about Ethical Reading, our values and our hopes for the future. The programme will be aired on Breeze 107 FM on Sunday 8 April. Afterwards,...

Applying ethical values

So how do you apply ethical values in your day to day life? The table below gives an indication of how we see the mapping between our core ethical values and the domains of influence mentioned in an earlier post (Ethics – the foundation for positive change). We...
Ethics – the foundation for positive change

Ethics – the foundation for positive change

In the spirit of co-creation, we want to present our thoughts on a model for improving ethical behaviour. We would welcome your feedback and ideas. At its simplest, ethics is about doing the right thing. We believe the key to that is behaving in accordance with...
Bullying in the workplace meetup

Bullying in the workplace meetup

Everyone has the right to be treated with dignity and respect at work, yet sadly, bullying is all too common. A survey by YouGov in 2015 found that almost a third of people (29%) have been bullied at work with women (34%) being more likely to be victims than men...