The Internationalization of Research and Teaching in Information Ethics: A post-2018 Review
La internacionalización de la enseñanza y la investigación en Ética de la Información: una revisión posterior a 2018 A internacionalização da pesquisa e do ensino em ética da informação: uma revisão pós-2018 Abstract The International Center for Information Ethics (ICIE), founded in 1999 by Uruguayan philosopher Rafael Capurro, offers a global-wide platform for collaboration in teaching, publishing and practicing information ethics. For over two decades, ICIE has led and supported initiatives,
... ublications and conferences on topics critical to information cultures in the digital age, dealing with everything from algorithmic bias and robot ethics to traditional information science. Through the formation of international and intercultural partnerships, ICIE has established its well-earned reputation as the leading voice of Information Ethics around the world. The greatest legacy of ICIE rests in its early support of, and lasting partnership with, the African Network for Information Ethics (ANIE) and the African Centre of Excellence for Information Ethics (ACEIE). The following article is a reflection on the role and influence of ANIE since 2007 and the ACEIE since 2012, via the support of ICIE towards internationalising Information Ethics in Africa. It will be shown that the grounded approach of ACEIE towards the development of information cultures across Africa provided ICIE with the needed structure and framework to anchor its wider academic focus in an authentic understanding of and respect for the life-worlds and value systems of not only Africans but of people all over the world.