How do we establish ethical leadership in countries where heads of government face allegations of corruption? When does a state’s abuse of power require a military response? And who are our ethical leaders today?
While in Cape Town for their biannual meeting, The Elders held a debate on ethical leadership. In part one Kofi Annan, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Hina Jilani and Desmond Tutu focus on the challenges of global governance and peace-building from Syria to South Africa.
Part two of the debate features Martti Ahtisaari, Jimmy Carter and Mary Robinson discussing justice, equity and human rights. It will be broadcast on Al Jazeera English on Friday 8 November at 7.30pm GMT, repeated the following day at 2.30pm GMT, and posted on The Elders website the following week.
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