How can we bring about social justice globally? The IPSP on markets, inequalities and discriminations

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12 Ago 2016  9h00 - 11h30

The crisis of social-democracy in recent decades seems, in the rich countries, to have generated a decline of hope for a just society. In developing countries, the trend is now to mimic the developed countries, rather than inventing a new model, and, in spite of reduced poverty in several countries, social hardships reminiscent of the early phase of Western capitalism are widespread.

Can we hope for a better society ?

The International Panel on Social Progress (IPSP) gathers 300 of experts about social issues and in Aug. 2016 releases the first draft of its report addressed to all social actors, movements, organizations, politicians and decision-makers, in order to provide them with the best expertise on questions concerning social change.

Oradores
Purnamita Dasgupta, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi, India
Michèle Lamont, Harvard University
Rene Urueña, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
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12 Ago 2016  9h00 - 11h30
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Montréal, QC, Canadá
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6 August 2016
How can we bring about social justice globally? The IPSP on markets, inequalities and discriminations
Organización responsable de la actividad
International Panel on Social Progress
Administradores de grupo
Justin Leroux
Tema de la programación
Derechos humanos y sociales, dignidad y luchas contra las desigualdades
Objectivos
Informar/Sensibilizar
Debatir/deliberar/discutir
Proponer/Desarrollar las alternativas
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