The Jewish Association for Business Ethics (JABE) is a registered educational charity that receives no statutory funding, relying solely on privately raised funds.
Formed in 1991, JABE was set up to encourage high standards of integrity in professional conduct and teach the Jewish ethical approach to business. JABE is supported by an involved Trustee body consisting of chairmen of public companies, professionals and leading business people.
JABE’s initiatives include:
Business Ethics Course
JABE’s exciting business ethics course which focuses on business people and professionals
The ‘Money & Morals’ Schools Curriculum
15-lesson programme taught to 14–19 year olds in more than 600 schools in the UK regarding Business Education and Citizenship Modules
Ethical Business Review and educational resources