Tag: risk

The Risk of Intellectual Property rights: ethical dilemmas and risk

Intellectual property rights have been a topic of discussion since Ancient Greece. More recently our rooted ideas of intellectual property have been challenged once more in the face of morality. The coronavirus pandemic has raised questions as to whether our idea of property prevents ethical decision-making surrounding public access to medicines and covid-19 vaccinations, as well as whether some IP protections should be provisionally overridden to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. It is ultimately a question of risk.

Episode 11: with Christina Wille; director of Insecurity Insight

Today we are joined by Christina Wille, director of Insecurity Insight who has developed the security incident information management (SIM) approach in collaboration with RedR and Global Interagency Security Forum (GISF).  Christina Wille, together with Larissa Fast, has set up the Security in Numbers Database for the Aid in Danger project. The database contains 10s […]

Christina Wille

The guest for Episode 11 is the director of Insecurity Insight Christina Wille. Insecurity Insights is an international team comprised of experts based around the world providing their own unique perspective and analysis. (source) The team works with RedR and Global Interagency Security Forum (GISF) and has supported work of organisations such as International Federation […]

Jeff Gothelf

The guest for Episode 10 is an award-winning author and executive coach Jeff Gothelf. He works with big companies as a workshop facilitator on agility, transformation and innovation. “We’re looking for behaviour change in the people who are using the things that we’re making for them, that tells us that we’ve positively impacted their lives.”– […]