Why every organisation should have an ethical adviser

By Dr Simon Longstaff, Paul Symon, Dr Miah Hammond-Errey
March 18 2024 - 5:30am

It might seem a little ironic to take ethics advice from an intelligence agency that consciously deploys deception, yet it shows why access to ethical advice is vitally important. Indeed, we argue that the example of an ethics counsellor within ASIS demonstrates why every organisation should have (access to) an ethical adviser.

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