GLOBUS is a research project that critically examines the European Union’s contribution to global justice.
Challenges to global justice are multifaceted and what is just is contested. Combining normative and empirical research GLOBUS explores underlying political and structural obstacles to justice. Analyses of the EU’s positions and policies are combined with in-depth studies of non-European perspectives on the practices of the EU. Particular attention is paid to the fields of migration, trade and development, cooperation and conflict, and climate change.
The only sustainable way to solve the problem of unsafe and hazardous shipbreaking practices is binding and effective regulations, argues Ingvild Jenssen.
Partnerships for Sustainable Trade? The EU’s Trade and Sustainable Development Chapters in the Context of Global Justice
Sep. 7, 2018
Partners at Paris? Climate negotiations and transatlantic relations
Sep. 4, 2018
Mai'a K Davis Cross has published an article in the Journal of European Integration, asking: Why was the EU finally able to increase its influence at the 2015 UN summit in Paris?
GLOBUS has eight partner universities in Brazil, China, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Norway, and South Africa.
GLOBUS yields knowledge of direct relevance to a wide range of policy stakeholders working on themes related to global justice and the EU's role in the world.
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