Centre for Applied Ethics
The W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics (the Centre) is an interdisciplinary research unit within the School of Population and Public Health at the University of British Columbia. The Centre was created in 1993 with endowments by W. Maurice Young (LLD) and the Bentall Foundation. The Centre’s affairs are managed by a Coordinating Committee representing faculty, students and research associates, chaired by the Director of the Centre.
The Centre’s approach to other UBC academic and research units follows from our position as an interdisciplinary academic centre, and from our mission to advance the research agenda of applied ethics.
Affiliated UBC Faculty & Postdocs
|Brownlee, Kimberley||Faculty (G+PS eligible/member)||Philosophy; Applied Ethics; Ethics and Fundamental Issues of Law and Justice; Ethics and Health; Human Rights and Liberties, Collective Rights; Social Aspects of Aging; Belonging; Civil Disobedience and Conscientious Objection; Loneliness; Philosophy of Punishment; Social Human Rights; Virtues and Vices|
|Silver, David||Faculty (G+PS eligible/member)||Ethics|
|Steel, Daniel||Faculty (G+PS eligible/member)||Addiction; Diversity; ethics; Opioid crisis; Clinical trials; Equity; Philosophy / Ethics; philosophy of science; Values and science risk; Precautionary principle|
|Tansey, James||Faculty (G+PS eligible/member)||Ethics of new and emerging technologies, Emerging markets and institutions for carbon trading, Social determinants of health, GM crops and animals|
|Weary, Daniel||Faculty (G+PS eligible/member)||Animal and dairy sciences; Animal welfare; Applied animal behaviour; Dairy cattle; Laboratory animals|