22-23 June 2011 - University of York
On 22-23 June, the Political Philosophy group at the University of York will host a workshop on ‘Motivation and Global Justice'.
The aim of the workshop is to consider the persistent gap between the demands generated by our best theoretical accounts of global justice and the action in support of global justice that real world agents are motivated to take; and to advance normative research on global justice that is sensitive to, and informed by, empirical questions.
Carol Gould (CUNY) ‘Does Global Justice Presuppose Global Solidarity?'
Katrin Flikschuh (LSE) ‘Domesticating Global Justice: An African Perspective'
Graham Long (Newcastle) ‘Justifications for Sentimental Manipulation'
Lea Ypi (Oxford) ‘Activist Political Theory and Avant-Garde Agency'
Simon Hope (Stirling) ‘The Cosmopolitanism of Fear'
Kerri Woods (York) ‘Moral Motivation and Distant Others'
Sue Mendus (York) ‘Am I Bovvered? The Motivation to Global Justice’
The workshop will close with a roundtable discussion, with participation from Paul Gready, director of the Centre for Applied Human Rights at the University of York, Kathryn Rawe from Save the Children, and Bente Nicolaysen from the University of Bergen.
Interested parties are warmly invited to attend, but as places are limited, please register in advance by contacting Kerri Woods (kerri.woods [@] york.ac.uk). A registration fee of £25/£15 will be payable to cover catering costs. The workshop will begin at lunchtime on 22nd June, and close at approximately 6.15pm on the 23rd.
Financial support from the Society for Applied Philosophy, the C and JB Morrell Trust, the Political Philosophy group at the University of York and the British Academy, is gratefully acknowledged.