The Future of Human Dignity
Human dignity has a future. It is clear that – despite accusations about its emptiness or redundancy – human dignity is a central part of our moral and legal vocabulary and it will continue to shape our understanding of human rights, global justice, and normative theory. However, if it is to retain its critical power, and if it is to continue to guide the development of human rights law, its application to new social, technological, and political challenges must be justified and explored. This conference seeks to open new pathways in understanding human dignity and seeks to explore the expansion of human dignity to new and emerging social problems.
Deryck Beyleveld, Durham
Roger Brownsword, London
Antoine Buyse, Utrecht
Rutger Claassen, Utrecht
Marcus Düwell, Utrecht
Katrin Flikschuh, London
Stefan Gosepath, Berlin
Alon Harel, Jerusalem
Christopher McCrudden, Belfast
Julia Tao, Hong Kong
Kenneth Westphal, Istanbul
There are 5 conference fee options (see below). The deadline for registration is September 24. No reimbursements will be made for cancellations received after October 1.
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I: 4 nights (10-14 Oct) + 3 days full catering
II: 3 nights (10-13 Oct) + 2 days full catering + 1 day catering minus diner
III: 2 nights (11-13 Oct) + 2 days full catering + 1 day catering minus diner
IV: No overnight stays + 2 days full catering + 1 day catering minus diner
V (reduced fee): 2 nights (11-13 Oct) + 2 days full catering + 1 day catering minus diner
All overnight stays are in the conference hotel.