Sport and the practices of ethics: What we can learn from the 'ball tampering' Australians!

In 2018, Peter Collins took part in the investigation into the Australian Cricket Team’s ‘ball tampering’ incident. In his talk, Peter looks at this episode and other sporting scandals, both modern and ancient, through an ethics lens.

Whether you are a sports fan or not, this fascinating talk will make you think about what’s really going on when we engage in sport, in whatever way and in whatever context. Peter will also be sharing a few stories that he has never told before!

Following his talk, there will be a Q & A with Peter, chaired by Kellogg Research Member of Common Room Hilary Wynne.

This event is free and open to all, and will take place online, via Zoom. A link will be emailed to those who register at 10am on the morning.

Registration deadline: 9am, Wednesday 24 February.

About the speaker
Peter Collins is a specialist in ethics, leadership development, coaching and cultural transformation. He is Executive Director of Peter Collins Associates and Director of the Vincent Fairfax Fellowship in ethics, he has worked with key leaders in Government, including the Australian Prime Minister and cabinet; defence organisations, including RAAF, special forces and the Australian Navy; as well as community, private, and global/regional organisations, such as ANZ and Qantas/Jetstar.

Peter is also a studying part-time for a DPhil in Ethics at Kellogg College, University of Oxford.