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News and press releases from the Centre for Ethics, University of Tartu.

The University of Tartu participates in the Tartu 2024 programme with a diverse range of events inspired by the artistic concept of the Capital of Culture to tell the story of the Arts of Survival.
26.01.2024
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The discussion game created by experts from the University of Tartu Ethics Centre has made its way to the demo area of sTARTUp Day.
24.01.2024
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At the Career Day, students will have the chance to ask questions directly to our many internship partners, who represent museums, cultural institutions, and companies. You can learn about the available internship opportunities, the application process, the roles available for international students, and more. In addition to the fair, workshops will be available where you can get advice on finding a job or an internship.
22.01.2024
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The Digital Cleanup Week will take place at the University of Tartu for the fourth time from 22 to 26 January.
19.01.2024
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The full programme of Tartu 2024 is announced on 19 October, exactly one hundred days before the beginning of the year of the European Capital of Culture. The University of Tartu supports the activities of the Capital of Culture and the programme includes various events organised by the university.
19.10.2023
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The Police and Border Guard announced at 9:15 that dozens of Estonian institutions, including schools and kindergartens, received a bomb threat by email in Russian tonight.
12.10.2023
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At the beginning of August, the menu layout of the UT website was updated.
03.08.2023
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In June 30, 2023 Workshop: Ethics of Vaccination takes place in the Department of Philosophy from 9:30AM to 11AM at Jakobi 2-336.
19.06.2023
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Conference of the European Philosophical Association for the Study of Emotions will bring together top philosophers from Estonia and around the world to discuss the topic of emotions.
07.06.2023
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University of Tartu Centre for Ethics invites everyone to a pre-conference workshop, which explores the nature of emotions.
26.05.2023
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The University of Tartu Centre for Ethics invites researchers who come into contact with personal data in their research to familiarise themselves with the Guide for data protection in research.
20.04.2023
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The Centre for Ethics and the Centre for Applied Social Sciences of the University of Tartu, in cooperation with Estonian Research Council, invite scientists to participate in a survey.
21.03.2023
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A three-year project that will reinforce efforts to promote adherence to the highest standards of research ethics and integrity and prevent research misconduct began in January 2023.
20.01.2023
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A comprehensive article entitled “Teachers’ perceptions of values-oriented dialogic communication in a multicultural learning environment“ published in Estonian Journal of Education.
08.11.2022
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Prof Margit Sutrop, head of the Centre for Ethics, and Mari-Liisa Parder, a research fellow in ethics, conducted a workshop where they discussed associations between artificial intelligence and ethics
31.10.2022
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In the recently published book the researchers of the Centre for Ethics, University of Tartu write about the creation of Estonian Code of Conduct for Research Integrity.
21.10.2022
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A representative of the Centre for Ethics and the Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics at the University of Tartu visited the University of Konstanz in Germany.
24.05.2022
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On 11 February, the International Day of Women and Girls in Science will be held for the second time in Estonia, initiated here by the University of Tartu and the Estonian Young Academy of Sciences.
09.02.2022
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Professor Margit Sutrop, Head of the Centre for Ethics at the University of Tartu, took up her position as a member of the Parliament of Estonia last week, being a substitute member of the new government's Minister of Social Protection.

02.02.2022
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On October 18, Prof. James E. Mahon will give a presentation “Kant and the Three Duties Not to Lie“ at the Department of Philosophy’s Intellectual History seminar.
12.10.2021
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