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This page includes news of upcoming and past conferences, seminars and other related  announcements.  If you would like to publicize your ethics-related events here, please e-mail karl.thoennes@ujs.state.sd.us.

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Upcoming Events...

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The Council on Governmental Ethics Laws is hosting their 32nd Annual Conference in Washington DC on December 5-8, 2010.  More information can be found at this link.

 

Past Events...

bulletThe Association for Legal and Social Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh held a conference on Ethics in the 21st Century July 2-4, 2009 in Edinburgh, Scotland.  The conference program, call for papers, speakers, and other information can be found at this link.
bulletThe Center for Applied Ethics and Philosophy (CAEP) hosted the Third International Applied Ethics Conference on 21-23 November 2008 at Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.   More information can be found at this link.
bulletThe Third International Legal Ethics Conference was held on July 13-16, 2008, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, co-hosted by the TC Beirne School of Law at the University of Queensland and Griffith Law School of Griffith University.  The conference focused primarily on attorneys and the practice of law rather than court staff, but some of the content may be of interest to court administrative staff.
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The Study Group on Ethics and Integrity of Governance iheld the 6th Workshop on Ethics and Integrity of Governance in Rotterdam, Netherlands, September 3-6, 2008.  A more detailed announcement and a call for papers (deadline May 12, 2008) can be found at this link and the organization's website can be found at this link.

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The American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) held its 69th Annual Conference in Dallas, Texas on March 7-11, 2008.  The conference included an extensive array of sessions on public ethics as described at this link

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The 7th Global Forum on Reinventing Government was held at UN Headquarters in Vienna, Austria on June 26-29, 2007.  The forums are usually about government reform in general, but this one had a number of ethics-related topics as the 2007 theme was "Building Trust in Government."

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The National Association for Court Management held its mid-year (winter/early spring) conference in New York, New York, February 11-13, 2007.  Although it wasn't on the published program as a last-minute addition, court managers Peter Kiefer, Pam Harris, David Slayton, Kevin Bowling and Karl Thoennes hosted an informal session on the first draft of a revised and updated NACM ethics code at the conference.  The presentation and the draft code itself can be found on the "Notes & Downloads" page on this website.  

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The Transatlantic Workshop on Ethics and Integrity 2007 was sponsored by the American Society of Public Administration (ASPA) and the European Group of Public Administration (EGPA) in Washington, DC (actually Silver Springs, Maryland) on March 21-23, 2007.  This conference followed earlier, similar conferences on public ethics in Italy in 2005 and Belgium in 2006.  This conference is heavily academic, and according to the web page was only open to doctoral students and those who propose papers for consideration at the conference.

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The International Congress on Ethics was held in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, February 5-7, 2007.  The official sponsor was Sun Life Financial, a Canadian insurance and investment company, but the program featured an impressive array of speakers and topics on public and government ethics.

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The 2006 World Ethics Forum, supported by the World Bank and organized by the International Institute for Public Ethics was held at Keble College, Oxford, England on April 9-11, 2006.  The conference website can be found at this link.  The conference included some fascinating research and work on public ethics.  The website includes links to some of the papers and topics presented.