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Poverty and Social Justice in Latin America

Poverty and Social Justice in Latin America

The workshop focused on the following: -analysis of the relation between poverty and social justice, with particular emphasis on Latin American cases. -Developments in human rights and the search for ethical responses to past, present and future distributional dillemas. -The quest for a public ethic based on peace, justice and human rights.

18-20 March 1999 | Mexcio City, Mexico

The workshop focused on the following:
-analysis of the relation between poverty and social justice, with particular emphasis on Latin American cases.
-Developments in human rights and the search for ethical responses to past, present and future distributional dillemas.
-The quest for a public ethic based on peace, justice and human rights.

26.01.2016
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