The Centre for the Study of Global Ethics is a Research Centre. It leads and contributes to a wide variety of cutting edge projects.
Research at the Centre has addressed such issues as indigenous knowledge, women’s rights, genetic ethics, development and trafficking. Recently, projects in counter-terrorism, business and human rights and international public health have been undertaken.
As well as research projects Centre members are also active researchers. Publications of Centre members can be found on their webpages. These include books, edited collections and journal articles, which are aimed at academic, policy and practitioner audiences. Research students are also encouraged to publish, both with Centre members and in their own right. Taken together this results in an active, inclusive and exciting research community, with a culture that supports and promotes the work of its members.