Join the Canadian Centre for Ethics and Corporate Policy for its annual general meeting and luncheon event
TORONTO, May 13, 2013 /CNW/ -
|Who:||The Honourable Ian Binnie, Retired Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada|
|What:||The Canadian Centre for Ethics and Corporate Policy is hosting its annual general meeting and luncheon event featuring a discussion around human rights and corporate behaviour.|
|Where:|| The Albany Club
91 King St. E.
|When:|| Tuesday, May 14, 2013
12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
|Why:||Although globalization has brought many benefits to developing countries, human rights violations continue to occur. International laws and institutions have been created to cope with business and trade issues but where do victims and the accused turn for a fair judicial process? Mr. Binnie will discuss why the challenge of human rights has been largely ignored, and what can be done about it.|
About the Canadian Centre for Ethics and Corporate Policy
Ethics Centre, Canada, is a registered charity governed by volunteers and supported by organizations and individuals who share a commitment to ethical values. Founded in 1988, we are a uniquely Canadian, independent ethics centre. We are dedicated to promoting and maintaining an ethical orientation and culture in Canadian organizations. Our mission is to champion the application of ethical values in the decision-making process of business and other organizations. We operate in a non-judgmental and inclusive way to explore and promote the positive role of ethical decision making. We serve as a forum and catalyst for constructive discussion and debate.
For further information:
Christina Basil, EthicsCentre CA