A World United: Allies in Ethical Development (11th IDEA Congress)

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A World United: Allies in Ethical Development (11th IDEA Congress)

Time: June 25, 2018 at 8am to June 28, 2018 at 7pm
Location: University of Bordeaux
City/Town: Bordeaux, France
Website or Map: https://developmentethics.org…
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Lori Keleher, Jerome Ballet, Eric Palmer
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Event Description

Organized by
International Development Ethics Association and
Groupe de Recherche en Économie Théorique et Appliquée
GRETHA UMR CNRS 5113 University of Bordeaux
with support from
Unité Mixte Internationale Résilience (IRD), and
FREE (Fonds pour la recherche en éthique économique)

Conference Theme
The conference theme “A World United: Allies in Development” was chosen with the hope of inspiring thoughtful conversations about the important relationships that can both frustrate and facilitate development. Although we are primarily concerned with questions of personal relationships in which individuals and groups of people ally themselves with one another to bring about ethical development, this theme is also meant to capture alliances at every level of development, including alliances between and across nation states, corporations, multinational groups, NGOs, etc.

Conference language: English. All paper submissions and presentations should be in English.

Plenary Speakers
To be announced.

 Submissions
For details on submission procedures for individual paper presentations, practitioner presentations, young-scholar-meets-senior sessions, and submissions of full panels, see https://developmentethics.org/2018conference/

Submissions open 1 October 2017. Deadline 1 December. Decisions announced by 1 February 2018.

Conference conveners: Jerome Ballet, Lori Keleher

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