Ethics in Public Life

Michael Clancy, O.B.E. – 'Give to Caesar what Really Belongs to Caesar'

Michael Clancy is a Solicitor
Seminar held in Glasgow
Thursday 4 October 2007                                                                  

Ben Rogers – Faith and Hope in the Fight for Freedom: Stories from the Frontlines of Human Rights Advocacy

Ben Rogers is Advocacy Officer for South Asia at Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW)
Seminar on Wednesday 31 May 2007                                                 

Prof. Janne Haaland Matláry – Democracy and Human Rights in Europe: The Problem of Relativism

Prof. Janne Haaland Matláry is Professor of International Politics, Department of Political Science, University of Oslo
Seminar on Wednesday 9 May 2007                                           

Prof. Cristóbal Orrego – Human Rights & Wrongs: Exceptionless Moral Principles

Prof. Cristóbal Orrego is Professor of Legal Philosophy, University of the Andes, Chile
Seminar on Tuesday 5 December 2006                         

Prof. Gerald Wegemer – Integrity and Conscience in the Life and Thought of Thomas More

Prof. Gerald Wegemer is Professor of Literature, University of Dallas, U.S.A.
Seminar on Monday 21 August 2006                                                                       

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Prof. Christopher Martin – An Acceptable Degree of Relativity in Moral Reasoning?

Prof. Christopher Martin is Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas.
Seminar on Wednesday 30 May 2006                                                         

Major-General Tim Toyne Sewell – The Development of Armies and their Use in Democracies

Major-General Tim Toyne Sewell was Commandant of the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, 1991-94
Seminar on Wednesday 15 March 2006

H.E. Mr. Claver Gatete – Justice, Reconciliation and Good Governance: the Case of Rwanda a Decade on

H.E. Mr. Claver Gatete is Ambassador of the Republic of Rwanda
Seminar on 7 December 2005                                                                 

Prof. Roger Hood – The Death Penalty: the Move towards Worldwide Abolition

Prof. Roger Hood is Professor Emeritus of Criminology, University of Oxford
Seminar on 9 November 2005                                                             

Dr. Samuel Gregg – The Challenge of Ordering Liberty: Constitutionalism and a Free Society

Dr. Samuel Gregg is Director of Research, Acton Institute, U.S.A.
Seminar on 24 November 2004                                                                                                

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