FASPE draws on its unique historical context for the study of ethics in the professions today to participate in the non-partisan public discourse on ethical issues that touch the professions.

FASPE speaks—in publications, panel discussions and other forums and media—through its staff, its faculty and its fellows. In addition, FASPE seeks to identify third-party writings and public commentary that are timely and relevant. Our Topics represents a continuing flow of articles and discussions that we believe are relevant and of particular interest.

I highly recommend taking time to watch @FASPEnews's How We Repair It: We Still Have a Dream - Envisioning a More Perfect Union. It's a thoughtful & thought-provoking discussion led by Dr. Shannon Prince w/ @bsfllp & Father Steven Bell w/ @UCBerkeley.

At 2pm EDT today, I'll be talking about journalism and ethics with someone who knows a great deal about both -- Amanda Bennett (@abennett), former editor at WSJ, Philly and most recently, the VOA, where she held fast amid tremendous pressure.
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Don't miss @BGrueskin and @abennett on how the news media can respond to the urgent need to inform a fractured, polarized public and establish trust in the press and democratic institutions. Register:

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