(2002 United Nations) The Framework article link and excerpts are included in a UN-HABITAT book “Developing and Managing Professional Codes of Ethics: Resource Guide for Professional Associations Contributing to Good Local Governance” [also listed under Government & Codes of Ethics]

(2002 USA) Atlanta Women in International Trade: The Framework is used in an attorney’s speech on business ethics [also listed under Corporations]

(2003 USA) Ethics Committee of the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Counselors: The Framework’s categories of Personal and Professional principles is considered in a “rework” of the association’s Code of Ethics from a deontological approach to a principles-based approach in order to make it more specific and applicable to accrediting organizations

(2004 USA) Chicano Federation of San Diego County, California: The Framework is presented and lauded at a seminar on “Ethics and Leadership Challenges” by a Senior Attorney and a Superior Court Judge [also listed under Cultures]

(2010 Canada) Engineers & Geoscientists of New Brunswick: The full Framework article is used as a reference document to revise the association’s Code of Ethics and make it more globally applicable [also listed under Codes of Ethics]

(2012 & 2018 The Philippines) Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines (FINEX): The complete UBC Framework article is published in hard copy as the “theoretical background” to unify a book of 12 ethics case studies in “Finance & Criminology” primarily for business and business schools. The updated Framework article is republished in a hardcover 2018 version of the book entitled “Ethics: Black, White (or Gray)?” containing 50 new case studies from both government and the private sector. [also listed under Corporations/Business]

Author’s Related Teaching/Consulting Projects:

(1997 Canada) EFAP (Employee & Family Assistance Programs) Awareness ‘97 Conference: The Framework is used as general guidance and underlying premise to discuss contrasting layoff scenarios

(1998 Canada) Association for Co-operative Education, Annual Conference: The Framework is used by conference participants to help recognize ethical issues in their workplace, along with tools to think through dilemmas, make ethical decisions, and foster ethics in their organizations

(2008 Canada) Presentation, Case Study and Workbook on “Organizational Misbehaviour: How to Foster Ethics in Your Organization” for the British Columbia Human Resources Management Association

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