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What Does Moral Leadership Mean to You?

The Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs announces its fifth annual International Essay Contest, open to teachers and students anywhere in the world — and you can be part of it. As part of Carnegie Council’s Ethics for a Connected World project, they are asking thought leaders a series of questions about the greatest ethical challenges facing the planet. One of the questions is, What does moral leadership mean to you? But the project would not be complete without input from students and teachers like you.

What do you think?

Do you know examples of moral leadership, around the corner or around the globe? Have you experienced moral leadership in people around you? What is leadership, how does it work? Which of today’s global challenges need moral leadership the most?

You can win gift certificates from Amazon. But more importantly, you learn about global ethics, get to know examples of moral leadership from Melton countries, and explore your skill to write op-ed style articles about important topics.

Get more information and write to mlang@meltonfoundation.org to participate. You can enter the contest by yourself, or join forces with me in a Project Team that will prepare one or more entries.

Deadline to join the Project Team: Monday, Nov 4, 2013 Deadline to enter the contest: December 31, 2013