Many people have been instrumental in planning and executing the conference and in realising this volume. In particular, Beth Eggleston, Emma Kettle and Heidi Winder were instrumental in imagining and realising the humanitarian practice–theory intersection at the heart of the conference and I am grateful for their collegiality, friendship and inspiration. Organisationally, RedR Australia and RMIT’s School of Global, Urban and Social Studies were supportive of our vision and created opportunities that facilitate the success of the conference. Hugh Breakey, Charmayne Highfield and the executive committee of the Australian Association of Professional and Applied Ethics were extremely supportive and informative around the planning and execution of the conference. The editors of Research in Ethical Issues in Organisations, Michael Schwartz and Howard Harris have been actively interested and helpful throughout the process of conceiving both the conference and this volume, and in bringing the volume to this point. Finally, I would like to acknowledge Merran Harris, who was her usual engaged, supportive, creative and interested self for so much of this process, ever my champion even as she faced her own mortality. All of you have inspired me, which I consider the greatest of gifts.
Harris, V. (2019), "Ethics, Crowding and Globalisation", Harris, V. (Ed.) Ethics in a Crowded World: Globalisation, Human Movement and Professional Ethics (Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations, Vol. 22), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1529-209620190000022002Download as .RIS
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