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“Exploring Ethics” is a blog written by the members of the Ethics Center Leadership Council, a pilot program of the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life at Brandeis University. The views expressed in this blog do not necessarily represent the views of the Center or Brandeis, or of anyone affiliated with the Center or Brandeis.

The Ethics Center Leadership Council: A “Social Justice Street Team”

ECLC board

The Ethics Center Leadership Council (ECLC) is composed of four undergraduate students who work together and independently to build engagement with and awareness of the Center’s resources; reach out to students, faculty and staff at Brandeis and to people at other schools and organizations; and promote and enhance interactive conversations about topics concerning social justice on campus through various means.

ECLC Members from Previous Years

ECLC Members Spring 2011

ECLC Members Fall 2011/Spring 2012

ECLC Members Fall 2012

ECLC Members Spring 2013

ECLC Members Fall 2013

ECLC Members Spring 2014

ECLC Members Fall 2014


About the Center  

The mission of the International Center for Ethics, Justice, and Public Life is to develop effective responses to conflict and injustice by offering innovative approaches to coexistence, strengthening the work of international courts, and encouraging ethical practice in civic and professional life.

In addition to overseeing the Brandeis Programs in International Justice and Society and the Sorensen Fellowship, the Center supports programs inPeacebuilding and the Arts, which look beyond conflict resolution to the vision of a just and sustainable peace.

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