Workshop: World Poverty

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24 Mai 2012

Workshop: World Poverty

World Poverty, Global Justice, and Humanity


Veranstaltet von der DFG-Kolleg-Forschergruppe "Justitia Amplificata" der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt (finanziert von der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft)

Veranstaltungsort

Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften, Bad Homburg:
http://www.forschungskolleg-humanwissenschaften.de/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=36&Itemid=105&lang=en

Organisatoren

Stefan Gosepath und Jesse Tomalty

Redner

Elizabeth Ashford (University of St Andrews, Scotland)
Valentin Beck (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)
Julian Culp (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)
Stefan Gosepath (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)
Corinna Mieth (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
Jesse Tomalty (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)

Programm

10:00-11:30 – Corinna Mieth
11:45-13:15 – Elizabeth Ashford
13:15-14:15 – Lunch
14:15-15:45 – Julian Culp, Valentin Beck
16:00-16:45 – Stefan Gosepath
17:00-18:30 – Jesse Tomalty
19:30 – Dinner @ FKH

Registrierung

Um sich zu registrieren, kontaktieren Sie bitte Frau Valérie Bignon bis Montag 14 Mai unter bignon@em.uni-frankfurt.de. Bitte denken Sie daran mitzuteilen, ob Sie am Dinner teilnehmen möchten.

Workshopbeschreibung

It is by now a familiar fact that tens of thousands of people around the world die each day from poverty-related causes while millions more struggle to meet their most basic material needs. The living standards of the global poor stand in stark contrast to those of the global rich who enjoy access to wealth which in some cases far exceeds what is required to live comfortably. What are we to make of this situation from a normative standpoint? The aim of this workshop is to bring together a small group of normative theorists working on this topic for an intensive exchange of ideas. Of particular interest are the following questions: What, if anything, do the global rich owe to the global poor? What is the nature of these obligations? Are the obligations of the global rich best understood in terms of rights and justice, or in terms of humanitarian responsibilities?