First Annual CERC conference 2018

Portland, Oregon, US.

September 27 & 28, 2018

Care Ethics and Precarity

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Steering committee meeting
June 8, 2017
Utrecht, The Netherlands

Board

Joan Tronto

Prof.dr. Joan Tronto

Initiator

Joan Tronto

Prof.dr. Joan Tronto

Initiator

Joan Tronto is one of care ethics’ pioneers and an internationally recognized political theorist.

Prof.dr. Carlo Leget

Initiator

Prof.dr. Carlo Leget

Initiator

Carlo Leget is chair of the Dutch Care Ethics group at the University of Humanistic Studies (UHS) in the Netherlands.

Dr. Merel Visse

Coordinator

Dr. Merel Visse

Coordinator

Associate professor and senior researcher, University of Humanistic Studies

Dr. Inge van Nistelrooij

Coordinator

Dr. Inge van Nistelrooij

Coordinator

Assistant professor Care Ethics and Policy, University of Humanistic Studies

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We do it in a care ethical way: we build the consortium from what there is already, building upon existing relations.

Carlo Leget


There are a lot of possibilities, so this is an invitation to you.

Joan Tronto
Joan Tronto

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