Had an Ethical Christmas? Why not make those decisions every day?

6 January, 2010

We hope you all had a wonderful and uplifting Christmas and New Year, and that the holidays were refreshing and stimulating in all sorts of ways. Some of you may already feel, however, that some of the spirit of Christmas wanes a little too quickly, and that ethical resolutions for a better world are soon dropped. Well, have a look at the project’s working paper, which is now available from this blog.

Download Working Paper

This working paper sets out some of the outcomes of the project, including connections and collaborations between participants in the project (both practitioners and academics from various fields), leading to valuable new directions for future research and scholarship.

working pronounced \ˈwər-kiŋ\
adj. assumed or adopted to permit or facilitate further work or activity

paper pronounced \ˈpā-pər\
n. (1) a formal written composition often designed for publication
(2) a paper container or wrapper

(Source: Merriam-Webster)

Have your say: Tell us what you think of the project and its conclusions.

Are there experiences, feelings or practices we have missed? Are there new questions or questions we need to ask again? What do you think are the real priorities for scholars, researchers, teachers and policymakers in working with ethical consumption?


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