Ethical question # 5: health test

'How do you take responsibility for your health?' THE fifth of the Kerferd Oration committee’s eight questions to encourage Indigo citizens and communities to think about ethics in the lead-in to the July 19 oration in Beechworth this week explores attitudes to health. The 2015 oration is to be delivered by Sydney ethicist Simon Longstaff. … Continue reading Ethical question # 5: health test

Ethical question # 4: water’s challenge

'What is the right use of water in a drying climate?' THE Kerferd Oration committee has released the fourth of eight questions being asked of Indigo citizens and communities to stimulate thinking about ethics in the lead-up to this year’s oration by ethicist Simon Longstaff in Beechworth on July 19. Charles Sturt University’s Rik Thwaites … Continue reading Ethical question # 4: water’s challenge

Ethical question # 3: knowing your neighbours

'How do you get to know your neighbours near and far?' THE Kerferd Oration committee has released the third of eight questions being asked of Indigo citizens and communities to stimulate thinking about ethics in the lead-up to this year’s oration by ethicist Simon Longstaff in Beechworth on July 19. Beechworth Neighbourhood Centre manager Jude … Continue reading Ethical question # 3: knowing your neighbours

Ethical question # 2: comprehending difference

'How do you open your mind to other points of view?' THE Kerferd Oration committee this week released the second of eight questions being asked of Indigo citizens and communities to stimulate thinking about ethics in the lead-up to this year’s oration in Beechworth on July 19. Beechworth Secondary College school captain Jamie O’Callaghan (pictured) … Continue reading Ethical question # 2: comprehending difference