Social inequality and structural injustice
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The Centre for the Study of Global Ethics at Birmingham is delighted to invite you to its 2018 public lecture given by Professor Jonathan Wolff (Oxford) on the topic of 'Social Inequality and Structural Injustice'.
The lecture builds on Jonathan's work in political philosophy and global ethics, specifically, his research on questions of equality, disadvantage and social justice. His main works include Disadvantage (OUP 2007) with Avner de-Shalit; An Introduction to Political Philosophy (OUP 1996, third edition 2016); Ethics and Public Policy: A Philosophical Inquiry (Routledge 2011); and The Human Right to Health (Norton 2012).
This public lecture is a freestanding event related to the 2018 Conference of the Centre for the Study of Global Ethics on A Post-Liberal World? For more information, please visit the Global Ethics Conference website.
Registration is free and open for all, but it is strongly recommended, via the Eventbrite webpage, as places are limited.
Exact location will be confirmed closer to the time.