The YCPE has scheduled lunch talk events for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Please mark the following dates in your calendars. More details will be posted as they become available:
March 8 - York President Emeritus H. Ian Macdonald will give a talk entitled "Ethical Issues as Seen Through the Eyes of an Academically Inclined Administrator." Details available here. Click to watch video.
March 1 - A panel consisting of esteemed McLaughlin College Fellows Robert Drummond, Jerry Ginsburg, Ian Greene, David Leyton-Brown and Stephen Newman will discuss "The Trump Transition." Details available here. Click to watch video.
February 14 - Professor Robert McDermid gave a talk called "For the Love of Money", which explored recent issues surrounding the ethics of political fundraising. Details available here. Click to watch video.
September 28 - University Professor Emeritus Ian Greene gave a talk about government ethics and discussed the upcoming release of the second edition of his book Honest Politics (co-edited with Prof. David Shugarman). Details available here. Click here to watch video.
September 29 - Vaughan city councilor Alan Shefman gave a talk about the historical growth and value of government ethics systems in the city of Vaughan. Details available here. Click here to watch video.
September 29-30 - The YCPE helped to organize a Public Sector Ethics Conference that was held at the University of Toronto Law School. Details available here.
October 25 - Jennifer Brant gave a talk called Bringing Honour to Our "Sisters in Spirit" wherein she presented an overview of the book "Forever Loved: Exposing the Hidden Crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada." Details available here. Click here to watch video.
November 2 - Jacob Blum gave a talk about his experience working for and blowing the whistle at Ontario's Air Ambulance operator, Ornge. Details available here.
November 23 - YCPE co-sponsored Professor Ronald E. Pearlman's lecture at Osgoode Hall Law School entitled "Genome Engineering and Its Applications Including Legal and Ethical Issues". Click here to watch video.
Please visit the McLaughlin College website for a full list of scheduled lunch talks.