At the heart of the thinking behind Centre for Military Ethics is the determination to provide an open access, free, quality, research led online resource that can be used by anyone, anywhere, to foster ethical awareness and help promote effective ethical decision making in military environments.
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Whether your are a seasoned ethicist, or completely new to the subject, we've got a module to get your started. This list is always growing, but please let us know if there is an area you would like to learn about.
Dr David Whetham introduces the King's College Centre for Military Ethics: the basic concepts of military ethics, why military ethics matter,...View »
Lt Gen (Red) Professor Martin Bricknell introduces the subject of Military Medical Ethics. This short presentation covers some of the ethical...View »
In this module Dr David Whetham will guide you through the Just War Tradition from its beginnings, through its development, to the challenges...View »
The course aims to help military commanders, and those interested in working with the military, understand why cultural property is important...View »
This module is designed to take you past the theory and into the gritty world of applied military ethics. In the first two sections we will...View »
This module provides an introduction to the basic rules and principles of International Humanitarian Law. The module links externally to an...View »
The theme of this module is the link between winning the war and winning the peace, and how and why one does not always lead to the other.View »
This course is not currently available to people studying independently. It is designed to help institutions that deliver professional military...View »
This course utilises a selection of the core material from the foundation phase of the full 18-module Key Concepts in Military Ethics, which...View »