What contribution can restorative practices make to the climate crisis?

Dr Ben Almassi (Associate Professor of Philosophy, Governors State University) will be speaking on the relevance of restorative approaches to the climate crisis.

Dr Ben Almassi (Associate Professor of Philosophy, Governors State

University) will be speaking on the relevance of restorative approaches to the climate crisis.

Dr Almassi is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Governors State University, on the far south side of Chicago, where he teaches a variety of courses in practical ethics, political theory, and critical thinking, and is co-director of GSU's new Certificate in Restorative Justice.  He is the author of Reparative Environmental Justice in a World of Wounds, published in December 2020 with Lexington Books.

We will dedicate a large portion of the event to questions and discussion.

EVENT DATES

Start Date: 13 October 2021

End Date: 13 October 2021

Event Start Time: 1:00 pm

Event Finish Time: 2:00 pm

EVENT FEES

This Mint House Network event is FREE of charge and will be held over Zoom.

BOOKING INFORMATION

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Contact Name | Joy Bettles

Email | joy@minthouseoxford.co.uk

 

This event is being hosted by an RJC member organisation. It is not delivered by, or on behalf of, the RJC.

 
When
13 Oct 2021 1:00pm through  2:00 PM
Location
ONLINE EVENT - MS Teams