134 – Ethical Decision Making

Co-host Dave Stachowiak and Dr. Sandra Morgan have a conversation with Retired Deputy Chief Derek Marsh who currently serves as the Bureau of Justice Assistance visiting fellow of human trafficking. In this episode, they discuss ethical decision making in right vs. right situations, such as justice vs. mercy or fairness vs. empathy situations that we have to address when combating human trafficking. Derek provides several ethical decision making (EDM) models that we can practice to master effective ethical decision making in our personal and professional fields.

Resources:

Derek Marsh- BJA Fellow

Online Anti-Human Trafficking Certificate

Author James Svara Resources : Ethical Triangle

Gary Tyra’s Pursuing Moral Faithfulness: Ethics and Christian Discipleship

Josephson Institute of Ethics: 7 Step Path to Ethical Decision Making

Ensure Justice Conference

Global Center for Women and Justice

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Sandie Morgan

Sandie Morgan, PhD, RN is recognized globally for her expertise in combatting human trafficking and working to end violence against women. As Director of Vanguard University’s Global Center for Women & Justice (GCWJ), she oversees the Women’s Studies Minor as well as teaching Family Violence and Human Trafficking.

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