It is one thing to engage moral and ethical decision-making (Practice M2) and design creative solutions (Practice P1) to challenges, but it can sometimes be very difficult to take the steps needed to advance those solutions in our learning environments. In this short video, Matthew Beard of Australia’s Ethics Centre speaks about the importance of translating our ethical decision-making into courageous action and provides advice on how to better prepare ourselves for moral action.
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