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  1. Conference Ethics of Economic Institutions

    and business ethics. He is the author of numerous books, including Morality, Competition and the Firm, published by Oxford University Press in fall 2014, as well as the bestselling Filthy Lucre: Economics for People who Hate Capitalism. Miriam Ronzoni is a Senior Lecturer in Political Theory at Manchester and a member of MANCEPT. She has worked on the justification of constructivism as well as on issues of global justice and the relationship betwe…

  2. Call for Book Chapters – “Youth, Gender and Capabilities”

    …open until the 15th of October. Please click here to download further information. Contact: Aurora Lopez-Fogues, Researcher at the Institute of Innovation, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), Spain, aulofo@gmail.com Firdevs Melis Cin, Assistant Professor, Istanbul Commerce University, Turkey, meliscin@gmail.com

  3. JHDC Call for Papers – Special Issue on Participatory Research

    …arch interventions as a way of potentially transforming individuals, groups, communities and societies through raising critical consciousness, promoting social change, introducing political and social issues to the public sphere, and even stimulating a social movement at large, but more importantly, contributing to epistemic freedoms and hence epistemic justice in the long run. Such practices and engagement require a dialectal and dialogical proce…

  4. Conference Proposals Due March 1: Marginalized Peoples, Human Rights, and Development Ethics


    …e conference will explore the ethical dimensions of international, national, and community development by and for marginalized populations, with an emphasis on human rights and democratic participation. The concept of marginalization recognizes the myriad ways in which individuals and groups might be economically, socially, or politically excluded, and the developmental, democratic, health, and ethical consequences of that exclusion. Presentations…

  5. Access to Justice for Indigenous Peoples: Realisation of an Inclusive and Integrated Human Rights Approach

    …al institutions, their rights to maintain their language, cultural heritage, customs, traditional knowledge, and rights of women in the community. As they cope with modern living, this involves giving them equal rights to critical health care and education. As indigenous peoples’ rights are both individual and collective in nature, indigenous peoples remain committed to their struggles and their culture continues to be vibrant while their traditio…

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