About the Ethics Programme

The Ethics Programme (2002-2011) is an interdisciplinary and cross-faculty research programme, and one of the University of Oslo's prioritised research areas. Its overriding aim is to promote and support ethics research and normative reflection at the University of Oslo.

The Ethics Programme runs an interdisciplinary Research School, as well as providing stimulation funds for ethics research and teaching at the University. The Ethics Programme also coordinates a series of national research courses through the Norwegian Ethics Network, runs the site www.etikk.no, hosts the fortnightly Ethics Seminar at the University of Oslo, and the annual Oslo Lecture in Moral Philosophy.

The Ethics Programme research school currently has 18 doctoral students as members, 11 of which are fully funded by the Ethics Programme.

For an overview of projects supported by the Ethics Programme, click on "personer & prosjekter" in the right-hand menu. Although this page is currently only in Norwegian, many of the profiles include English project abstracts and titles.

 

 

 

 

Contact information

Postal Address: Etikkprogrammet, Boks 1020 Blindern, N-0315 Oslo, Norway. Phone: (+ 47) 22 84 16 61, Fax: (+ 47) 24 84 16 81, E-mail: etikkprogrammet@ifikk.uio.no

The leader of the Steering Group (for the 2002-2006 period), Professor Rolv Mikkel Blakar, presented the Ethics Programme at a conference in London in the summer of 2003. His English presentation of the programme (Word document) can be downloaded here .

Programme plan for 2007 - 2011 (in Norwegian)

The Ethics Programme Annual report for 2008 (in Norwegian)