Global Justice Post-2015

Global Justice Post-2015

CONFERENCE: Annual conference of the Yale Global Justice Program.

30 October - 1 November 2015 | Yale University, US

The conference is organized by the Yale Global Justice Program, Global Financial Integrity, and Academics Stand Against Poverty.

It will bring together academics, policy makers, and activists to discuss the critical global justice issues that are central to the work of the Global Justice Program:

  • Illicit Financial Flows,
  • Incentives for Global Health,
  • the Oslo Principles on Global Climate Change Obligations,
  • Measuring Poverty by the Individual Deprivation Measure,
  • the Sustainable Development Goals.

Speakers include:

  • Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, the UN Independent Expert on Foreign Debt and Human Rights;
  • Gail Hurley, UNDP Policy Specialist in Development Finance;
  • Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University;
  • Thomas Pogge of Yale University and Chair of CROP 

Amartya Sen will be attending in order to deliver the Amartya Sen Prize Award.

For information about the other speakers and the topics covered in the seven panels, visit the conference webpage.



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