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Building a Moral Culture From the Ground Up – Why Fairness, Justice and Reciprocity Are Key

Building a Moral Culture From the Ground Up – Why Fairness, Justice and Reciprocity Are Key

Alistair Ping of QUT Graduate School of Business, Australia, has been announced as a Spotlight Speaker at The 12th Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy (ACERP2022), with his presentation titled “Building a Moral Culture From the Ground Up – Why Fairness, Justice and Reciprocity Are Key”. Presentations are given Spotlight status when they are

Building Resilience through Self-care: Art and Aesthetic Wellness

Building Resilience through Self-care: Art and Aesthetic Wellness

Amy Wai Sum Lee of Hong Kong Metropolitan University, Hong Kong, has been announced as a Featured Speaker at The 12th Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy (ACERP2022), with her presentation titled “Building Resilience through Self-care: Art and Aesthetic Wellness”. Presentations are given Featured status when they are decided by the Organising Committee to

The Rehabilitation of a Buddhist Heretic

The Rehabilitation of a Buddhist Heretic

“The Rehabilitation of a Buddhist Heretic” by Brian Victoria of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies, United Kingdom, has been announced as the third keynote to be presented at The 12th Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy (ACERP2022), held concurrently with The 12th Asian Conference on Psychology & Behavioral Sciences (ACP2022). To participate in

Successful Prophecy? Jehovah’s Witnesses and COVID-19

Successful Prophecy? Jehovah’s Witnesses and COVID-19

Successful Prophecy? Jehovah’s Witnesses and COVID-19” by George D. Chryssides of the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, has been announced as the second keynote to be presented at The 12th Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy (ACERP2022), held concurrently with The 12th Asian Conference on Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences (ACP2022). To participate in

Religion and COVID-19 in the U.S.: The Good, the Bad, and the Shocking

Religion and COVID-19 in the U.S.: The Good, the Bad, and the Shocking

“Religion and COVID 19 in the U.S.: The Good, the Bad, and the Shocking” by Frank Ravitch of Michigan State University College of Law, United States, has been announced as the first keynote to be presented at The 12th Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy (ACERP2022), held concurrently with The 12th Asian Conference on

Responding to COVID – Trauma and Recovery

Responding to COVID – Trauma and Recovery

“Responding to COVID: Trauma and Recovery” has been announced as the second panel to be presented at The Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy (ACERP2022), held concurrently with The 12th Asian Conference on Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences (ACP2022). Panelists that have been chosen to discuss this topic will be announced over the coming

Ethical, Religious and Philosophical Dilemmas in Responding to COVID

Ethical, Religious and Philosophical Dilemmas in Responding to COVID

“Ethical, Religious and Philosophical Dilemmas in Responding to COVID” has been announced as the first panel to be presented at The 12th Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy (ACERP2022). Panelists that have been chosen to discuss this topic will be announced over the coming weeks, follow the conference websites and social media pages for

R. Roswiyani & Roberto Ravera Join the ACERP/ACP2022 Organising Committee

R. Roswiyani & Roberto Ravera Join the ACERP/ACP2022 Organising Committee

Roswiyani Roswiyani of Tarumanagara University, Indonesia, and Roberto Ravera of ASL1 of Imperia, University of Turin & University of Genoa, Italy, have joined The Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy (ACERP2022), held concurrently with The 12th Asian Conference on Psychology & Behavioral Sciences (ACP2022), as members of the Organising Committee. Dr Roswiyani & Professor

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