The Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics is co-hosting the second of a two-day workshop in partnership with SFU’s Beedie Centre for Corporate Governance and Sustainability in November. The first workshop was held in January.
Joel Solomon – who co-authored the Clean Money Revolution, a call to action to move trillions of dollars from damaging to regenerative use – visited UBC Sauder last week to speak with students about the flaws of Canada’s charitable framework and how to fix them.
Impact Week is a collaboration between nine UBC-based clubs and centres taking place from February 2-9. It explores the most pressing issues of today: climate, poverty, inequality, and health. As part of Impact Week, on February 7, the Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics and the7dayringproject will host a panel discussion on inequality.
From buying shares in farm animals to upcycling used chopsticks into home décor, six innovative local companies with a focus on using business as a force for good have been accepted into the one-year Coast Capital Savings Innovation Hub (CCS iHub) social venture incubator program at the UBC Sauder School of Business.
The Sauder community shares their thoughts on the importance of ethics in business.