As a network, CTEWC seeks to facilitate and promote debate among theological ethicists. This takes place via meetings, conferences and other forms of encounter. Here we offer a new format: virtual tables. In regular video conferences, ethicists from different regions of the world come together to discuss a topic. A virtual table works over a longer period of time (initially one year) in order to enable a serious and continuous discussion of the topic.
As a discussion forum, the virtual table is an end in itself. Nevertheless, the groups can decide whether they want to plan further joint projects (book project, workshop, etc.). In the First and on the CTEWC website, the virtual tables will provide quarterly information about their work.
The first round of the virtual tables started in December, 2019. Interested persons can apply to the organizers of the virtual table in which they are interested. We ask also that all virtual table co-leaders and participants register with the CTEWC network directory.
Current Virtual Tables:
Co-Chairs: Toussaint Kafarhire, Odomaro Mubangizi
Participants: Elisabeth Nduku, Emmanuel Bueya, Nora Nonterah, Anthonia B. Ojo, Solange Ngah, Anne Celestine Achieng, Leocadie Lushombo, Laurenti Magesa, Bienvenu Mayemba, Bridgita Mwawasi, Jude Likori, John Bosco Kamoga, SimonMary Aihiokai, Stan Chu Ilo, Kiragu Wacera.
Responses to the Sexual Abuse Crisis in the Catholic Church- Perspectives from Theological Ethics– Entering Phase 2
Participants: Antonio Autiero (Germany), Leonida Katunage (Kenya), Eric Genilo (Philippines), Marcus Pound (UK), Lisa Sowle Cahill (US), Gill Goulding (Canada), James McEvoy (Australia), Lawrence Daka Chishawasha (Zimbabwe), Shaji George Kochuthara (India), Dawn Eden Goldstein (US).
Asian-Australian Region forming a Virtual Table
Climate Change – Livestock Farming – Animal Ethics- The (missing) voice of the Church (not yet active)
Please note: the number of participants is limited in order to ensure the ability to work. We therefore ask for your understanding if participation in a certain case may not be possible.
There is also a form to propose new virtual tables here.