Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
(1914; New York; ~40 staff; carnegiecouncil.org).
Established by Andrew Carnegie as the Church Peace Union to rethink International Relations. Aims “to inspire and guide debate, and to educate the public on ethical choices in matters related to global affairs.”
- 1919: The Year of the Crack-Up
- Artificial Intelligence & Bioethics
- Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative
- Carnegie New Leaders
- EIA Interviews
- Global Ethics Weekly
- Student Ambassador Program
- U.S. Global Engagement
- Global Ethics Forum, a weekly TV series on 34 public TV stations
- Carnegie Council Global Ethics Network with >2000 members, a collaborative platform for global educational institutions to provide guidance on the great moral issues of our time. Supports Global Ethics Fellows and Ethics Fellows for the Future (student mentees).
- A library of articles, blogs, and reports
- Carnegie Ethics Online – A monthly column on ethics, sustainable development, sustainability, etc.
- Ethics & International Affairs – A quarterly magazine on issues of environment/climate change/sustainability, global governance, migration, inequality and poverty, war and peace, international law, and human rights.
Leadership: Joel H. Rosenthal (President)
Budget: ~$3.7m (2018)