Ethical Reading webinar: Charity – a corporate or private concern?
January 17, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
The idea of devoting some company time and/or resources to doing good is becoming increasingly popular. Ways of doing so might include making charitable donations and allowing staff some paid leave to volunteer. In this webinar, I will discuss some interesting ethical issues that arise in connection with different forms of corporate giving.
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About the speaker: Charlotte Newey, University of Reading
Dr Charlotte Newey spent over fifteen years in financial services before deciding to make a big life change. Swapping the office for the lecture theatre, she studied Philosophy at the University of Reading. She has since lectured at Cardiff University and the University of Warwick. Charlotte is delighted to be back at Reading, as a lecturer in Moral and Political Philosophy. Charlotte’s research interests include fairness, responsibility, equality, and poverty alleviation.
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