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Apr 11, 2019 Jul 02, 2019CFP-Global Structural Injustice and Minority Rights

Date: Friday March 13 – Sunday March 15, 2020
Location: Northeastern University, Boston, MA, USA

Keynote Speakers
Avigail Eisenberg, University of Victoria
Stephen Gardiner, University of Washington
Catherine Lu, McGill University

The structural injustice framework has been used to discuss domestic political questions. But can it also be used to consider global social and political challenges?
The guiding question of this conference is: Can the concept of structural injustice be fruitfully applied to global problems?
For example, can the harms of climate change, forced displacement, gender inequality, economic inequality, etc., be understood as forms of structural injustice?
Furthermore, can this framework help us to understand how we should ascribe responsibility for these global challenges?

Please email 300-500 word abstracts to Ava Sasani avasasani
by: July 1, 2019

Apr 17, 2019 Oct 02, 2019First Congress of Philosophy for Emancipation, Diversity, and the Life of the Planet, Havana, Cuba

First Congress of Philosophy for Emancipation, Diversity, and the Life of the Planet
International Conference on An Alternative Political Science
Havana, Cuba November 19-23, 2019
The Cuban Society of Philosophical Research, The Division of Philosophy, History, and Sociology of the University of Havana, Ministry of Science, Technology, and Environment of the Republic of Cuba
Institute of Philosophy, Ñico López Superior School of the Communist Party of Cuba, Department of Social Sciences of the General Máximo Gómez Higher Academy
announce the First International Congress on a Philosophy for Emancipation, Diversity, and the Life of the Planet and the Twenty-Second International Conference on An Alternative Political Science to be held in Havana, Cuba from November 19 to November 23, 2019.

Paper proposals (in English or Spanish), including a paper title and a summary from 250 to 450 words, should be sent by October 1, 2019
to Charles McKelvey (cemck@presby.edu).

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