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How Can We Institutionalize Concern for Future Generations?

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Duration: 0:23:38 | Added: 28 Jan 2015
A talk given by Professor Simon Caney at a climate change panel discussion organised by Global Directions and the Oxford Centre for International Studies

The discussion was organised in celebration of the publication of 'Climate Justice: Vulnerability and Protection' by Emeritus Fellow Professor Henry Shue.
Simon Caney is Professor of Political Theory in the Department of Politics and International Relations, and Co-Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on Human Rights for Future Generations. In addition to 'Justice Beyond Borders: A Global Political Theory' he has written highly influential articles on issues of human rights and justice raised by climate change, including 'Two Kinds of Climate Justice' [2014]. He was recently commissioned by the Mary Robinson Foundation - Climate Justice to conduct a study on the topic of his presentation.
Find out more about Global Directions at http://www.merton.ox.ac.uk/research/global-directions

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