Justice in Global Health (Workshop series)

October 6, 2022 - October 28, 2022
York Law School , University of York

United Kingdom


  • Leeds Law School (Leeds Beckett University)

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The Justice in Global Health Workshop Series is composed of five workshops that form the basis for a forthcoming edited volume. It showcases interdisciplinary contributions on a range of topics within global health justice.

The workshops have a pre-read format. Authors will give a short presentation (up to 10 minutes) which will be followed by an open discussion with the participants. Participants will have access to the papers at least 10 days ahead of the event. The workshops are free of cost and open to all. You can find more information about registration here: https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/justice-in-global-health-workshop-series-662619?just_published=true

The programme for the workshops is below:

Workshop 1 (October 6th)

Daniel Weissglass (Duke Kunshan)- Resilient justice in global health governance: How overcoming fragile health governance will help us achieve greater justice (14:00pm – 14:45pm)

Man-to Tang (City U. Hong Kong) -Beyond the Right to Health: A Confucian Approach to Justice in Global Health (15:00 – 15:45pm) 

Workshop 2 (October 7th)

Keerty Nakray (Jindal Global Law School) - Reproductive Justice and Ethics of Consent in Assisted Living for Disabled People: A Critical Reflections for Socio-Legal Policies in India (14:00 – 14:45pm)

Luciano Bottini Filho  - title TBC  (15:00pm – 15:45pm)

Workshop 3 (October 13th)

Gottfried Schweiger (Salzburg)- The Capability Approach and the Sexual Rights of Children and Adolescents. (14:00 – 14:45pm)

Ioana Cismas (York) - What's in a Frame? A Human Rights Approach to Neglected Tropical Diseases (15:00pm – 15:45pm)

Xuanpu Zhuang (Bowling Green) - World Citizenship and Global Health (16:00 – 16:45pm)

Workshop 4 (October 20th)

Ryoa Chung (Montréal) – The Ethical Issues Raised by the Securitization of Health (15:00 – 15:45pm)

Erika Blacksher (Center for Practical Bioethics/Kansas/ Washington) - Resources, Relations, and Outcomes: A Conceptual Test for Global Health Justice (16:00 – 16:45pm)

Himani Bhakuni (York) & Lucas Miotto (Leeds Beckett) – Transitional Health Justice (17:00 – 17:45pm)

Workshop 5 (October 28th)

Hendrik Kempt (RWTH Aachen) & Nils Freyer (RWTH Aachen/FH Aachen) - Medical AI’s Power over Vulnerable Collectives (16:00 – 16:45pm) 

Sridhar Venkatapuram (KCL) - What do we want from a theory of global health justice? (17:00 – 17:45pm)

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October 6, 2022, 1:00pm BST

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