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Your opinions will be valuable for our program, and there are several ways you can help ...

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You can:

  • post comments

You can post comments on all the stories and documents published on this Web site. Your comments will be read and taken into account by the persons in charge of the different networks.

  • send stories

Do you have an experience to share on a successful “method” or one you have applied but needs to be assessed?
Have you observed “progress” in the field of ethics or in assuming responsibilities in your field of activity?

You can send us a story on one or the other of these aspects and we will be glad to publish it!

If you are tempted, please take note of our writing guidelines in the downloadable document and send a message to Marina Urquidi to inform her. You will then be able to send her your story.

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Writing Guidelines
  • contact a network representative

If, individually or as a member of an organization, you are interested in the work being done here in your field of activity and would like to make a specific contribution or come on board in a more substantial way, you can contact the representative of your field of activity directly. Feel completely free to do so!

  • join the public Ethics and Responsibilities forum and take part in it

The public Ethics and Responsibilities forum is designed as both a newsletter and a public debating forum. If you join it, you will be able to participate in it freely (open a discussion on a question, send announcements for events, and so on), or just simply receive an occasional message informing you of the latest stories published on the Web site.

If you would like to subscribe to it, go to the home page of the forum and follow instructions.

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