Past Event Recordings

2022 Ashok C. Sani Lecture: Empowering Women Garment Workers in Bangladesh: From Rana Plaza to an Entrepreneurial Future

Rubana Huq, Vice Chancellor of Asian University for Women and Ex-President of BGMEA, delivered the 2022 Ashok C. Sani Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence Lecture on May 31. The lecture was followed by a moderated Q&A session with Michael Posner, Director of the Center for Business and Human Rights.

China 2022: Balancing Business Opportunities and Human Rights Challenges

Michael Posner, Director of Stern’s Center for Business and Human Rights and Jerome Kohlberg Professor of Ethics and Finance, discussed how global companies can address human rights in China with Professor Batia Wiesenfeld, the Andre Koo Professor of Management and director of the Business and Society Program. 

2021 Ashok C. Sani Lecture: Women Are the Social Safety Net

Sallie Krawcheck, CEO & Co-founder of Ellevest, delivered the 2021 Ashok C. Sani Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence Lecture titled "Women Are the Social Safety Net" on May 11. The lecture was followed by a moderated Q&A session with Professor Batia Wiesenfeld.

Can Business Help Restore Truth in Public Discourse?

Paul Barrett, deputy director, NYU Stern Center for Business & Human Rights, and Vivian Schiller, executive director, Aspen Digital; former president and CEO, NPR; former head of news, Twitter presented a live virtual discussion entitled "Can Business Help Restore Truth in Public Discourse" on March 16. The conversation was moderated by Michael Posner.

The Role of Business in the Biden Administration's Sustainability Agenda

Tensie Whelan, Director, NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business, and Jeffrey Hollender, co-founder & CEO, American Sustainable Business Council; co-founder, Seventh Generation presented a live virtual discussion titled "The Role of Business in the Biden Administration's Sustainability Agenda" on February 17. The conversation was moderated by Batia Wiesenfeld
 

Polarization, Employee Activism, and a New Era for Organizational Culture

Jonathan Haidt (Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership) and Alison Taylor (Executive Director of Ethical Systems) presented a live virtual discussion entitled "Polarization, Employee Activism, and a New Era for Organizational Culture" on January 19. The conversation was moderated by Batia Wiesenfeld.