Type of debate: From local and regional government actors Territorial inequality is an ongoing debate…
Workshop on Spatial In/justice: Linking Perspectives from Geography and Philosophy, September 2018
Type of debate: Workshop
This workshop will be part of the “Conference in Interdisciplinary Poverty Research on Space and Poverty“, and will take place in University of Salzburg on 13 & 14 September 2018, with the aim to facilitate an interdisciplinary discussion and exchange of ideas and knowledge between geography and philosophy on issues of spatial in/justice. It will dedicate to explore how geographical and philosophical concepts, theories, insights and methods can learn, enrich or even criticize each other to help us to better understand spatial in/justice but also to construct better practices and policies to overcome them.
Other issues related to space and inequality will be discuss in this conference: Poverty and Social Exclusion in Rural Areas; Slum Touring: Fashioning Poverty and Branding Place and, The ‘Feminisation of Poverty’ in an Era of Multiple ‘Feminisations’: The Space of the Household and, Why it Matters in Gendered Poverty Analysis and Policy.