Global Ethics + Cooperation

While the Center on Global Justice is committed to real-word intervention at local scale, we are committed to carrying these experiences into global dialogues about poverty, human rights and collective responsibilities and coordinated global strategies to protect those who are vulnerable.

This research agenda was established in 2011 at the Center’s inaugural conference, New Frontiers in Global Justice when 25 global justice scholars, along with practitioners from international agencies like UNICEF and the World Bank, convened at UC San Diego to reflect on how to more authentically ground global justice thinking in the human experiences of injustice.

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