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Ethics and World Poverty



17 July 2009

From left to right: Director of the Julius Stone Institute of Jurisprudence, Dr Kevin Walton, The Dean of Sydney Law School, Professor Gillian Triggs, Professor Peter Singer, The Director of the Centre for Health Governance, Law & Ethics, Professor Belinda Bennett and Pro-Dean of Sydney Law School, Professor Lee Burns

Ethics and World Poverty

Professor Peter Singer, Ira W DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, University Center for Human Values, Princeton University

On Monday, 13th of July the Sydney Law School hosted Professor Peter Singer as part of the Distinguished Speakers Program 2009. The lecture attracted an audience of almost 400 people, all eager to listen to Professor Singer as he discussed such topics as what are the obligations of the affluent towards those living in extreme poverty? How demanding are our moral obligations to give aid? Does aid work?

For further information about the Distinguished Speaker Program 2009, please click here.

Listen to Professor Peter Singer's lecture.


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