Urban Injustices: Normative Ideas and Practices
R. Morgado de Mateus, 615
São Paulo 04015-051
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Urban Injustices: normative ideas and practices
This interdisciplinary workshop seeks to establish a forum for novel academic debates by associating concepts and theories in contemporary political philosophy with empirical claims raised by groups that suffer urban injustices and with normative justifications that support fairer and more egalitarian cities.
The workshop will address ongoing discussions on urban injustices in Brazil and in other countries and pursue methodological gains for theoretical research on urban studies and public policymaking. This event is hosted by the Center for Metropolitan Studies (CEM), a Center for Research, Innovation and Dissemination of the Research Support Foundation of the State of São Paulo (Cepid/Fapesp), headquartered at the University of São Paulo (USP) and at the Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning (CEBRAP).
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