The Centre for Applied Ethics (CAE) is an interdisciplinary centre for research, teaching and public engagement around ethical issues in various fields. The Centre:
- conducts interdisciplinary research on applied ethical questions;
- organises seminars, annual lectures and conferences;
- offers a Master’s Programme in Applied Ethics (with specialisation in Biomedical, Environmental or Business Ethics);
- offers opportunities for accredited Continued Professional Development (CPD) programmes in the medical and business ethics field; and
- offers advice and consulting services to people who are responsible for policy formulation and legislation.
The CAE consists of four research units: the Unit for Bioethics, the Unit for Environmental Ethics, the Unit for Business Ethics and Public Integrity and the Unit for Social and Political Ethics (PROSPER).
Please see the Centre for Applied Ethic’s annual reports here.