Conference dates - 7&8 July 2014.
CFP deadline 15 March 2014
University of Brighton.
There are (at least) two central aspects of this debate, which might be termed ‘ethical’ and ‘political’. The first is about what we do as individuals; the second is about the role of charity as social institution. And of course, how these aspects connect and diverge is crucial and controversial. This conference aims to think through the ethical and political issues of charity, and their interconnections, with people from diverse backgrounds: charity workers and recipients of charity as well as theoreticians on charity from a variety of academic disciplines.
The conference fee, which includes refreshments and a dinner, is £75 for full time academics and salaried workers and £35 for charity workers, student and unemployed people.
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