This two-day workshop will discuss papers addressing various aspects of (domestic and global) labour market injustice. It will consider the theoretical framing of moral concerns surrounding labour markets – whether they involve interactional or structural dimensions. It will also consider how these concerns are best addressed through individual, policy, and/or institutional action.

14–15th December 2016

Great North Museum, Newcastle University

in collaboration with Durham University

Confirmed speakers

  • David Coombs (LSE)
  • Jurgen de Wispelaere (University of Tampere / University of Bath)
  • Sarah Goff (LSE)
  • James Hickson (University of York)
  • Stephen Hood (University of Manchester)
  • Sylvie Loriaux (Université Laval)
  • Mirjam Muller (Humboldt-Universität Berlin)
  • Martin O’Neill (University of York)
  • Julie Rose (Dartmouth College)
  • Ben Sachs (University of St. Andrews)

Workshop Organisers

  • Elizabeth Kahn (Durham University)
  • Tom Parr (University of Essex)
  • Andrew Walton (Newcastle University)

This event is sponsored by the Society for Applied Philosophy and Newcastle University.
Anyone is welcome to attend. If you are interested, please email andrew.​walton@​ncl.​ac.​uk
Workshop documents can be found on the participants page (password protected)