Centre for Human and Cultural ValuesThe Centre focuses on research and training in understanding and appreciation of the variety of human and cultural values and how they relate to big social issues in society.
Values reflect what is important in life.
They give meaning to the things we do. What we believe, what we like, what we do, and what we think about our own and other’s actions are all shaped by our values.
Values Impact Forum
22-23 February 2018
Join us for a unique 2-day Forum that brings together academics, educators, industry and government to examine how values impact important social issues. It will feature Plenary Addresses by Professor Shalom Schwartz and will include four major themes:
- Values and the socialisation of children (Keynote by Professor Ariel Knafo–Noam)
- Values and public opinion (Keynotes by Professor Rory Fitzgerald & Professor Jan Cieciuch)
- Values and philanthropy (Keynote by Dr Joanne Sneddon)
- Values and consumer behaviour (Keynote by Professor Julie Lee)
30 MAY 2018
Change Management Institue Seminar on 30 May, 2018 – Professor Julie Lee will present a seminar entitled “Values – what we hope to understand” at Parmelia House, Perth. Find out more.
21 FEB 2018
Official Opening of the Centre for Human and Cultural Values on February 21, 2018 – Join us for drinks and canapes to celebrate the official opening of the new centre at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA.
Values Impact Forum on Feb 22-23, 2018 – Professor Shalom Schwartz to give the Plenary Address.
Want to discover your own values?
The Centre for Human and Cultural Values brings together some of the world’s leading academics to understand and apply personal and cultural values theory to address important social issues.
Specifically, the Centre has six main research streams: Personal & Cultural Values; Children’s Values; Societal Issues; Prosocial Behaviour; Consumer Behaviour; and The Workplace.
If you want to make good use of your time, you’ve got to know what’s most important and then give it all you’ve got.
If something’s important to you, you make time for it.
When your values are clear to you, decisions become easier.
Roy E. Disney
Values are like fingerprints. Nobody’s are the same, but you leave them all over everything you do.
Everyone’s values are defined by what they will tolerate when it is done to others.
The Centre for Human and Cultural Values focuses on research and training in understanding and appreciation of the variety of human and cultural values and how they relate to big social issues in society.