CFP: Marginalized Peoples, Human Rights, and Development Ethics

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CFP: Marginalized Peoples, Human Rights, and Development Ethics

Time: May 17, 2018 at 6pm to May 18, 2018 at 7pm
Location: State University of Moldova
City/Town: Chisinau
Website or Map: https://developmentethics.org…
Event Type: academic, and, practitioner, conference
Organized By: Prof. Stacy Kosko, Prof. Valentina Teosa
Latest Activity: Feb 28, 2018

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Conference languages: Romanian, English, Russian — simultaneous translation is anticipated. Proposals in English, please.

17-18 May, 2018 Chişinău, Moldova
Hosted by:
 Universitatea de Stat din Moldova (The State University of Moldova)

 The Universitatae de Stat din Moldova and the International Development Ethics Association (IDEA) invite you to submit an abstract for a presentation at an international, interdisciplinary conference for scholars, development practitioners, government policy makers, and representatives from local and regional marginalized groups.

The conference will explore the ethical dimensions of international, national, and community development by and for marginalized populations, with an emphasis on human rights and democratic participation. The concept of marginalization recognizes the myriad ways in which individuals and groups might be economically, socially, or politically excluded, and the developmental, democratic, health, and ethical consequences of that exclusion. Presentations will address the challenges to marginalized populations and ethno-cultural minorities, as well as other economically or geographically isolated groups, in the region and in Moldova especially, but also beyond, where there are valuable insights and lessons to be learned.

An open call for papers expires 15 March, 2018

Further details: https://developmentethics.org/idea-moldova-marginalized-peoples-conference/ ;

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