From our base in Atlantic Canada the Centre undertakes collaborative research and education on ethics. This collaboration involves partnerships with the major shapers of public life: Government, the business community, NGO’s and public service agencies. Through the provision of consultation services, and the sponsorship of research, public discussion, and education, the centre assists these partners as they seek to integrate ethics into their public practices and policies.
How We Live Matters
Ethical reflections on everyday dilemmas
In partnership with The Chronicle Herald, CCEPA launched a new column, How We Live Matters, for scholars to engage the public over things that matter to us all.
Read the latest installment here.
Readers will have an opportunity to submit thorny, challenging questions about the ethical aspects of daily life by emailing email@example.com
The Right Thing
Using values to enhance decision-making CCEPA can help you develop a process to deal with the ethical dimensions of complex challenges. Knowing what drives your decisions makes for better decisions. CCEPA offers decision makers in the government, business and not-for-profit sectors a framework for in-depth analysis of the ethical dimensions of decisions.
CCEPA Provides Ethics Support Services
CCEPA offers A wide-ranging suite of ethics-oriented advice and services to groups and organizations.
CCEPA offers these services with flexibility, through:
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs is pleased to have Cathy Driscoll as Scholar in Residence. Read more »
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs is pleased to have Karl Turner as CCEPA Public Scholar. Read more »
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs is pleased to have Chris Stover as Executive Director. Read more »
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs is pleased to have Frank Schwartz as Advisor-in-Residence.
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The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs is pleased to have Katie Merwin as Program Coordinator. Read more »
CCEPA is a joint initiative of The Atlantic School of Theology and Saint Mary's University .
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