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Ethics Through a Jewish Lens with Rabbinic Chaplain Nalini Indorf Kaplan

Join us for this two-part workshop on Thursdays, January 17 & 24 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm to learn about Jewish Ethics and its various concepts, how to apply the principals and a framework to inform decision making, especially when faced with challenging choices.

Workshop 1 – Foundational ideas and Principles to Guide Daily Life and More. What do Torah and Rabbinic texts teach us about ethics? Join the conversation in exploring what it means to live an ethical life using Jewish ethical concepts and learn an ethical decision -making a framework that you can apply to your own life.

Workshop 2 – Applied Ethics in Technology and Digital Privacy. Given that most of use the web and smart devices frequently, how do we navigate the digital world with ethical consciousness? How do we protect our privacy online? Come to learn about the field of digital ethics and key concepts in the world of online privacy.

Rabbinic Chaplain Nalini C. Indorf Kaplan works with organizations on issues of privacy and data governance and currently serves as the Director of Enterprise Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) for the University of Colorado.

Free and open to the community. 1527 Cherryvale Rd. Boulder, CO 80303. If you cannot attend in person, there will be a Zoom webinar at the same time. To join visit: https://zoom.us/j/ottspott3378437557

About Kit Colorado

I am the Office Administrator at Congregation Bonai Shalom.

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