Communication ethics matter more than ever. The ongoing escalation of the internet, the value of inclusive language, the need for truthful and transparent communication in public-health efforts, the complexity of data-driven media curation, and diverse other factors resoundingly reaffirm the role and potential of communication to make a difference as an ethical force in society (or a potentially unethical one).
The 1st annual Conference on Communication Ethics, taking place on February 24 and 25, aims to challenge, clarify and expand our ethical capacities as communicators.
This free virtual event with over 14 speakers, is open to our RRU community, so please share with your colleagues and friends. You're welcome to join us for the whole conference or tune in to the session(s) of your choice!