This cooperation analyzes the impact of emerging technologies on law, politics, and civic life.
The workshop series establishes a community of researchers interested in challenges and opportunities that emerging technologies pose to theories and practices of citizenship.
The cooperation analyses philosophical, psychological, historical, and legal perspectives on individual responsibility, focussing on refugee integration as a case study of global individual responsibility.
The collaborative deals with Cities, Mobility and Citizenship.
This three-year series of workshops seeks to rethink the concepts of democracy and citizenship, the changes to the empirical and normative landscape brought about by global migration, and the ethical dilemmas that these changes entail.
1) Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University; 2) Zolberg Institute for Migration and Mobility, The New School; 3) Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity; 4) Free University Berlin
The forum intends to address public law scholarship from a theoretically informed doctrinal, interdisciplinary or comparative perspective, contribute to the research of junior scholars, and create an intellectual community of European public law scholars.