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Leadership practices for advancing the cause of civility
Disruption and rambunctiousness by participants in scheduled government meetings now verge upon a kind of public art form.
Tools for making ethics part of the decision making process in government.
A look at some of the questions that public officials should ask themselves before making a decision.
This primer introduces officials and the public to issues such as conflicts of interest, whistleblowing, civility, lobbying, and gifts.
An introduction to campaign ethics including ethical dilemmas, cases, and links
Ethical issues at the boundary between a politician's personal and public behavior
Cities respond to nuisance lawsuits.
An introduction to the ethical issues that arise between city or county staff and councilmembers or supervisors
An introduction to the topic including definitions, dilemmas, cases, and links
An introduction to the ethical issues surrounding government whistle blowers.
How to Run an Ethical Political Campaign--and Win!
Ethics Center announces faculty Hackworth grantees
The Ethics Center is please to announce its Hackworth Grant Faculty recipients, awarded to selected Santa Clara University staff who will focus on ethics-related projects.
Young Park New Global Jesuit Network Scholar
Professor Young Park from Sogang University in Seoul, Korea has been named Global Jesuit Network Visiting Scholar at the Ethics Center, thanks to a generous gift from Chuck and Nan Geschke.