13th Annual Conference
12-14 June, 2006
University of New South Wales
Sydney, New South Wales
The annual AAPAE conference is the longest established conference in Australasia in the area of Professional and Applied Ethics. Sessions and presentations have regularly dealt with a variety of topics, ranging from ethical issues in health care, to business ethics, ethical issues in education, research ethics, public sector ethics, and many others. Presenters have included academics and practitioners form a variety of fields, and keynote speakers drawn from prominent roles in public and professional life.
Papers, presentations, and workshops are invited from academics and practitioners with interests in all areas of professional and applied ethics.
Conference sessions will include keynote addresses, paper presentations, and workshops.
The conference is being held at the University of New South Wales, in Sydney.
The conference common room and the venues for papers, presentations,and workshops are located in the Morven Brown Building, situated at the upper campus -- Gate 8, High Street, Kensington. Some keynote addresses will be located in larger venues nearby.
One-day registration is available.
The conference dinner will be on the evening of June 13. The cost of the dinner is included in the conference registration fees for those registering for the entire conference.
A number of campus food outlets are available for lunches during the conference.
Sessions on June 12, 13, and 14 will include submitted papers and presentations, workshops, and keynote speakers.
The standard length for a paper presentation is 40 minutes.
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The venue of the conference for 2006 is:
- The University of New South Wales (UNSW)
- Anzac Parade, KENSINGTON
- Sydney NSW 2052, Australia
The conference will take place at the UNSW's Kensington Campus. The university campus is conveniently located in the suburb of Kensington, only seven kilometres from Sydney CBD (central business district). It is easily accessible from the city and the many nearby seaside suburbs. The main entrance to UNSW is on Anzac Parade. The conference venue (Morven Brown Building) is an 8-minute walk from this entrance to the upper campus.
The exact location of the conference on Kensington Campus (see maps) at UNSW is:
- Morven Brown Building
- Gate 8
- High Street
Additional information on how to get to UNSW Kensington by Public Transport, private transport, parking, bus stop locations and information about transport on campus can be obtained from the transport sub-section of this website (in the Travel and Sydney section).
Papers/presentations are welcome in all areas of professional and applied ethics. In addition, identified themes of this conference are --
- Public Sector Ethics
- Healthcare Ethics
- Business Ethics
- Environmental Ethics
- Military/Defence Ethics
Key dates for submission of papers
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| April 21 || || |
Due date to submit papers to be refereed.
Papers for refereeing may be submitted anytime prior to this date. We will endeavour to respond within two weeks of receipt of the paper.
|May 1 || || |
Due date for submission of abstracts of presentations and non-refereed papers. Earlier submission is encouraged, if at all possible.
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The Conference Convenor is:
- Stephen Cohen
- c/o School of Philosophy
- University of New South Wales
- Sydney, NSW 2052
- Phone: (02) 9385 2320
- Fax: (02) 9385 1029
- Email: email@example.com
Interested persons are invited to join the AAPAE to become part of this expanding network of professionals, academics, teachers, business people and commentators in all fields of applied and professional ethics: business, criminal justice, journalism, law, medicine, nursing, public policy, and many more. The Association aims to inform you about current events, conferences and publications. It is in the vanguard of developments in this emerging and exciting field of intellectual endeavour..... Further information can be obtained from the membership section of the AAPAE's website.
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is a leading university in the Asia-Pacific region and enjoys a good reputation for its teaching experience and research innovation. Having begun life in 1949 with just 46 students, UNSW now has more than 2,000 academic staff and 40,000 students, and of these approximately one in five come from overseas, giving the university a strong international focus. The University has three campuses: Kensington Campus, the College of Fine Arts in Sydney and University College (Australian Defence Force Academy) in Canberra.
You can obtain further information about UNSW from the UNSW website.
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