Building a Better New Hampshire
The Building a Better New Hampshire Roundtable Series offers discussions on matters of ethical interest to the business, nonprofit, and policy communities. Programs cover current statewide and local issues, innovative models for community growth and development, and ethical decision-making in business and governance.
These events feature respected leaders sharing their insights and experiences, as well as opportunities for attendees to deliberate and provide input. They are usually held on the Saint Anselm College campus.
Politics and Business: Corporations and the Common Good: How Should Businesses Respond to Social Issues? View the Video
Business executives have traditionally avoided political controversy. But in a surprising and dramatic turn of events, many companies are now taking public positions on a number of divisive issues. Steering into the political storm presents both risks and opportunities. In this installment of our series "Corporations and the Common Good: How Should Businesses Respond to Social Issues?", Dr. Daniel Korschun presented the latest research on corporate activism and provided a view of what lies ahead.
Dover Mental Health Challenges and Response: A Conversation with Dover Community Leaders. View the Video
The City of Dover’s first responders, emergency departments, social service entities, and schools are facing an increase in mental health related crises. Communities across the country are facing this same reality. We were joined April 21st for a Zoom Webinar, where experts from Dover, NH discussed what the mental health response looks like right now, the challenges and areas of success, and what the next steps are moving forward.
For more information about Building a Better NH, contact:
Hannah Beaudry, Program Coordinator
Center for Ethics in Society