Events

In addition to hosting the Annual Conference on global ethics, the Centre runs the Global Ethics Tea Seminar Series on a variety of topics linked to Global Ethics. Other events will be advertised on this page as well

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A Duty to be Beautiful

A Duty to be Beautiful

Date
29/05/2018
Description
Heather Widdows speaking at the 2018 Hay Festival.
A Post-liberal World?

A Post-liberal World?

Date
31/05/2018 - 01/06/2018
Description
The Centre for the Study of Global Ethics at Birmingham is pleased to announce its fourth annual conference, on the question of whether, given the rising tide of nationalism, declining support for human rights, and currents of anti-intellectualism and anti-elitism, we are on our way to a post-liberal world.
Structural Injustice – public lecture by Jonathan Wolff

Structural Injustice – public lecture by Jonathan Wolff

Date
31/05/2018
Description
A public lecture at the Centre for the Study of Global Ethics at Birmingham 2018. Now updated with abstract and venue
Perfect Me: Beauty as an Ethical Ideal by Heather Widdows - book launch and reception

Perfect Me: Beauty as an Ethical Ideal by Heather Widdows - book launch and reception

Date
01/06/2018
Description
Book launch and reception for: Perfect Me: Beauty as an Ethical Ideal by Heather Widdows, with Clare Chambers, Alison Jaggar and Shirley Tate.
Human Rights in the 21st Century: Developing Rights in a Developing World

Human Rights in the 21st Century: Developing Rights in a Developing World

Date
20/07/2018
Description
This one-day interdisciplinary postgraduate conference aims to look at how human rights work in a changing world.
On Embodied Labour

On Embodied Labour

Date
19/09/2018
Description
Global Ethics Tea Seminar: Gulzaar Barn
Pure Correctness-Based Political Justification

Pure Correctness-Based Political Justification

Date
17/10/2018
Description
Global Ethics Tea Seminar: Dr Jeremy Williams
Political participation and the insignificant difference problem

Political participation and the insignificant difference problem

Date
28/11/2018
Description
Global Ethics Tea Seminar: Dr Beth Kahn
Nonhuman Animals and the Ethics of Climate Change Mitigation

Nonhuman Animals and the Ethics of Climate Change Mitigation

Date
12/12/2018
Description
Global Ethics Tea Seminar: Dr Angie Pepper
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