Road Most Travelled

Autumn 2017 It has been four years since the arrest of Ross William Ulbricht, the mastermind behind the infamous Silk Road. Advanced students in Liberal Studies at Regent’s University London share their thoughts on the...

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For BUSINESS ETHICS students

For BUSINESS ETHICS students Autumn 2016 Ethical Experiment: If you could push a button that would redistribute all of the world’s wealth equally to every living human on Earth continually for eternity, would you push it?...

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A simple ethical framework

A simple ethical framework 27 March 2015 There is always beauty in simplicity. At our public event yesterday, our guest speaker Sir Tim Lankester spoke about Business and ethics in international development, with special...

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Hillsborough – lest we forget

In transit from Europe to London April 2014 25th anniversary. 96 lives. What does one say on such a day – that they should be here today? That their families should have had more answers, much earlier? That ‘accidental death’...

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Bhopal Blues

Bhopal Blues March 2014, London Nearly 30 years since the worst industrial disaster the world has ever seen, the legal case is slowly advancing. Union Carbide Corporation is, once again, wanted in the Indian courts. Initially,...

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Bali fields

Bali fields January 2014, Singapore As I was sipping my coffee in an air-conditioned hotel in Singapore, my thoughts wondered back to the sweltry roads of Bali, where I’d discovered (and come to appreciate) a more natural way of...

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Stakeholder engagement in Lovina

Stakeholder engagement in Lovina Turn of the year 2013/2014, Bali New Year’s Eve is a time for celebration at our villa in North Bali for more reasons than one. It is when the winners of staff annual awards are announced. They...

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