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Associação Portuguesa de Ética e Filosofia Prática - APEFP
http://www.apefp.org
A Associação Portuguesa de Ética e Filosofia Prática é uma associação sem fins lucrativos de âmbito educacional, científica  e sócio-cultural que tem a missão de promover os estudos, a investigação e a formação nas áreas da ética e da filosofia. Para este desiderato desenvolve um conjunto de atividades para a sociedade civil (empresas e organizações)  e essencialmente para escolas (docentes, alunos e E.E.).

 

Etica Nello Sport
http://www.eticaesport.it
Eccellenza nello sport e nella formazione.

 

International Fair Play Committee
http://www.fairplayinternational.org
Since its foundation by UNESCO and a number of international sports governing bodies in Paris in 1963 the goal of the International Committee for Fair Play is the worldwide defence and promotion of fair play.
The activity of CIFP is aimed at national and international organisations in the field of sports and education, and professional athletes with a special emphasis on children, adolescents and those in charge of training them, namely coaches and trainers.

 

Transparência e Integridade, Associação Cívica
http://www.transparencia.pt
A TIAC - TRANSPARÊNCIA E INTEGRIDADE, ASSOCIAÇÃO CÍVICA é uma organização anti-corrupção, representante em Portugal da rede global anti-corrupção Transparency International.

 

Comissão de Ética do Comité Olímpico Internacional
http://www.olympic.org/ethics-commission?tab=mission
The Ethics Commission is the guardian of the ethical principles of the Olympic Movement. These principles are set out in the Code of Ethics.

 

BBC Ethics Guide on Sports
http://www.bbc.co.uk/ethics/sport/
Competition is not unethical. It is reasonable that winners be rewarded, even if their victories have an element of chance; this is the essence of a game, and games are fundamental to humanity.
But the allure of winning can drive some competitors to unethical behaviour.

 

Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport
http://www.cces.ca
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport serves to elevate the conscience of sport in Canada.  We work for, and on behalf of athletes, players, coaches, parents, officials and administrators.  The CCES operates at the intersection of individual values, the shared values of society and the values of sport.  We serve as a strong voice in the dialogue regarding ethics in Canadian sport and through three strategic forces we activate, advocate and protect.

 

Sport Information Resource Centre
http://www.sirc.ca
Sport Information Resource Centre (SIRC) is a not-for-profit amateur sport organization with the mandate to provide information and serve the educational needs of organizations and individuals involved in, or responsible for the development of, sport and fitness in Canada and around the world.

 

Centre européen d'enseignement et de recherche en éthique (CEERE)
CEERE- the European Center for the Study and Teaching of Ethics
http://ethique-alsace.unistra.fr/index.php?id=4530
Le Centre européen d'enseignement et de recherche en éthique est le lieu-support du master d'éthique, mais également de formations universitaires diplômantes mis en place pour la rentrée 2005, de la recherche doctorale introduite en septembre 2006 et conséquemment de toutes les structures de recherche touchant à l'éthique et dans lesquelles les enseignants du master Ethique sont partie prenante.

 

Center for Ethics and Value Inquiry, Ghent University
http://www.cevi-globalethics.be
The Center for Ethics and Value Inquiry welcomes the growing awareness of the moral implications of the globalizing process and wants to contribute to it actively by promoting critical research into political, economical, social and cultural issues.



Center for Global Ethics, George Mason University
http://www.gmu.edu/centers/globalethics
The Center for Global Ethics furthers GMU's focus on global education and research. It brings needed attention to the values and norms that inevitably play a role in the search for knowledge and the devising of public policy.



Center for Global Ethics, Temple University
http://globalethic.org
The Center for Global Ethics coordinates the work of thinkers, scholars and activists from around the world, who are working to define, implement and promote policies of responsible global citizenship. As profoundly interconnected members of a global community, it recognizes the need to develop and advance the acceptance of a viable and sustainable global ethic.



Centre for the Study of Global Ethics, University of Birgmingham
http://www.globalethics.bham.ac.uk
The Centre for the Study of Global Ethics was founded in 2001, and was the first of its kind in the UK. It was set up to address the practical and theoretical issues raised by globalization. It si multidisciplinary in approach, as its core belief is that issues which we face today cannot be solved within, e.g. economics, politics or philosophy alone.



Global Ethics University
http://www.globalethicsuniversity.com
The Global Ethics University is an online ethics and compliance-training provider for both individuals and corporations.



International Global Ethics Association, Ghent University
http://www.igea.ugent.be
IGEA is an interdisciplinary and transnational collaborative learning community in which the interplay of theory and practice plays a predominant role. IGEA aims at a more comprehensive approach towards the moral and ethical issues of our time, through transnational and multidisciplinary research and exchange of expertise.



Network for Global Ethics and Human Rights, University of the West of England
http://www.uwe.ac.uk/hlss/politics/ngehr
The Network for Global Ethics and Human rights brings together people and organizations doing research or campaigning in this field. Its activities has a local, national and international character. It organizes public events and initiate bids for funding collaborative multidisciplinary research involving academics and civil society partners.



School for Applied Global Ethics, Leeds Metropolitan University
http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk/international/age
Applied Global Ethics is dedicated to the study of peace, conflict resolution, global development, politics, economics and international relations. It is a centre for teaching, research, consultancy and professional development in applied ethics in a global context, which seeks to address global issues and the ethical dilemmas associated with them. It is an 'outside in' subject group, one that draws on the expertise of staff from across the University and which in turn reaches out across the University and communities to promote the importance of ethical reflection and global perspectives.


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