Webpages tagged with «EU and global justice» - Page 2
Graham Finlay presented the paper 'The European Union as a tolerant actor for global justice' at ARENA Centre for European Studies on 20 March 2018.
At an ARENA Tuesday Seminar on 13 March 2018, Raffaele Marchetti presented his paper 'What is a democratic foreign policy? Procedures, goals and actions for states and the EU'.
GLOBUS researcher Graham Finlay gave a paper entitled 'Is there a human right to migrate?' at the Ethics in Migration: Beyond the Immigrant-Host State Nexus Conference at the European University Institute on 12 January 2018.
GLOBUS researcher Alexa Zellentin spoke at the Presidential Inauguration of UCD Centre for Ethics in Public Life on 5 February 2018.
This seminar gathered GLOBUS researchers to discuss conceptual and methodological challenges to the study of trade, development and global justice.
This seminar gathered GLOBUS researchers from ARENA and the University of Bologna for discussions on conceptual and methodological challenges to studies of migration and justice.
Thomas Diez gave the opening lecture of an international seminar on the European Neighbourhood Policy, asking whether the EU is still a normative power.
Sonia Lucarelli presented a paper at the EISA conference 2017 entitled 'The EU as a securitizing agent? Testing the model, advancing the literature'.
GLOBUS researcher Alexa Zellentin chaired a panel at the ECPR General Conference on the moral and practical concerns after the Paris Agreement.
GLOBUS work package coordinators Sonia Lucarelli and Ben Tonra presented GLOBUS research at the first plenary session of the UACES 47th Annual Conference in Krakow.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) is a contested international trade regime. Among other things, it has been accused of favouring large multinational companies and letting developed countries protect their farming products at the expense of developing countries. Presenting the main points of critique directed at the WTO, GLOBUS researchers Johanne Døhlie Saltnes and Kjartan Koch Mikalsen argue that the criticism provides evidence of persisting relations of dominance.
GLOBUS researchers gathered in Oslo on 19 and 20 January 2017 to discuss how to make sense of the EU’s contribution – if any – to a rightful world order.
GLOBUS researchers chaired the section The European Union: Promoting or obstructing global justice at the EISA conference on International Relations in Barcelona, September 2017.