Thu 25 Feb 2021
‘What does an ethical public sector look like in the second decade of the 21st Century? More importantly, how does it act?’
In this article, we argue that the idea of what the public sector is for in many countries has not markedly changed for decades and that a set of ethical standards, originally codified a quarter of a century ago, still hold sway. Yet the world has changed profoundly and forever. We suggest there is a crisis of confidence in the public sector and propose a dialogue on the way trust can be rebuilt.
Our associates Tanya Karlebach and Neil McCallum have highlighted the importance of rebuilding trust in the public sector. Have a read of their article to find out more:
On March 24th 2:00 pm GMT, Tanya Karlebach and Neil McCallum will be hosting a Webinar on the topic 'Rebuilding Trust in the Public Sector: Back to the Future or a Brave New World'. It will be of interest to those responsible and accountable for the ethics and integrity in public life, and/or who are responsible for scrutinising these components. We invite you to attend and take part in what will sure to be a lively debate of perspectives and solutions.
Register here for free.
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