What Zombies Can Teach Us About Leadership and Ethics
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What Zombies Can Teach Us About Leadership and Ethics

Q&A with Christopher Robichaud, Lecturer in Ethics and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School Robichaud, who teaches the intensive three-day course Emergency Ethics: Confronting a Global Crisis over Halloween weekend, shares what can be learned from a zombie pandemic simulation. When Robichaud wants to invite students to consider leadership challenges and ethical dilemmas that arise in emergency situations, he turns … Continue reading

Working Toward a Just World
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Working Toward a Just World

For Mathias Risse, a government and philosophy lecturer at Harvard Extension School, the question of global justice is one of the great challenges of our time. “I had been thinking about many questions in a global ethics context,” he says. “Questions of fairness in trade, the justifiability of states in an interconnected age, what human … Continue reading

Sharing a Passion to Make a Difference
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Sharing a Passion to Make a Difference

The Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) prides itself on developing tomorrow’s global leaders. But for the past 55 years, one program has been bringing current leaders from around the globe to share their experiences and learn from one another. Since its inception in 1958, the Edward S. Mason Fellows Program has brought “demonstrated leaders from developing, … Continue reading