UCCI attracts world names to conference

| 08/10/2013

(CNS): Organisers of this year’s UCCI conference focusing on combatting corruption said that many people from around the globe have responded to the call to present papers examining corruption and initiatives to combat this scourge from both the academic and theoretical positions, as well as from thepractical perspective of those waging brave battles in the field. In the college’s first 2014 conference newsletter the UCCI reveals the line-up of speakers including world leaders from Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, regional premiers and Rhodes Scholars to Cayman’s own auditor general, Alastair Swarbrick and local church leaders.

“We are awaiting confirmation from other such dedicated achievers in the fight to maintain ethics, values, trust and morality regionally and globally,” organisers stated. 

The 2014 conference will relate not only to the function of Caribbean governments and political parties, but also to the responsibilities of every institution – whether educational, religious, social or commercial. “We urge all interests to explore how they can become involved,” the UCCI said.

“The importance of this conference lies in the principle that values and ethical philosophies are intrinsic to every human activity.”
See a copy of the newsletter below

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