«Vulnerabilidad humana, pandemia y Antropoceno: una mirada interseccional»

«Vulnerabilidad humana, pandemia y Antropoceno: una mirada interseccional»

COVID-19, Conferences
Ester Massó Guijarro, researcher at Filolab, gave the opening speech ‘Vulnerabilidad humana, pandemia y Antropoceno: una mirada interseccional’ (Human vulnerability, pandemic and Anthropocene: an intersectional perspective), as part of the “COVID y Antropología” (COVID and Anthropology) blended conference that took place on 6 May 2021 at the Complutense University of Madrid. In her speech, Ester Massó addressed some holistic ethical and political reflections following Coronavirus, a broad and complex topic, from an intersectional perspective of the comprehension of human vulnerability as an existential human issue. She addressed several topics: from the ‘decolonisation2 of COVID-19 to the debates on the eco-sociological implications of quarantine (especially on the most vulnerable groups: minors, pregnant women, low-income people...) or the diversity of socio-political models of pandemic management, which are opposed to each other in…
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Bayfal diaspora in Spain: Discussing Murid Senegalese Migration

Bayfal diaspora in Spain: Discussing Murid Senegalese Migration

Activities, Conferences
Ester Massó Guijarro, researcher at FiloLab, gave the conference entitled ‘Bayfal diaspora in Spain: Challenging Murid Senegalese Migration’ as part of the ‘Mystique et ésotérisme dans la diaspora’ round table in the framework of the ‘Journées d’études internationales sur les mystiques islamiques en Afrique’. This event was organised by the GRECS group of the University of Barcelona on 21st and 22nd April 2021. This work reflects on the bayfal movement (bayfalism) within muridism from a transnational perspective, seen as a specifically migratory affiliation with contemporaneity and within the field of African studies. It compares original bayfalism as a Sufi heterodoxy in Senegal within the Mouride brotherhood with the case study of migratory diaspora in Madrid (Spain) as well as with Granada (Andalusia, Spain) in a complementary and secondary way. It…
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CONFERENCE “EPISTEMIC INJUSTICE, INSTITUTIONS AND EPISTEMIC ACTIVISM”

CONFERENCE “EPISTEMIC INJUSTICE, INSTITUTIONS AND EPISTEMIC ACTIVISM”

Conferences
  José Medina, Walter Dill Scott Professor of Philosophy at Northwestern University (US) is the author of The Epistemology of Resistance: Gender and Racial Oppression, Epistemic Injustice, and Resistant Imaginations (Oxford University Press; recipient of the 2013 North-American Society for Social Philosophy Book Award). He will be the keynote speaker of the conference organised by the Doctoral Programme on Philosophy. Date: Friday 16th April 2021 Platform: https://oficinavirtual.ugr.es/redes/SOR/SALVEUGR/accesosala.jsp?IDSALA=22961761 Time : 12 am Organised by : For further information contact : Pedro Francés-Gómez Philosophy I (Political and Moral Philosophy) University of Granada Doctoral Programme on Philosophy Coordinator http://doctorados.ugr.es/filosofia/ pfg@ugr.es Please contact filolab@ugr.es with the subject “Injusticia epistémica, instituciones y activismo epistémico” to receive the password required to attend the event.
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“Ethics of Care” seminar

“Ethics of Care” seminar

Activities, Conferences, workshops
The 6th April, Esther Massó Guijarro—researcher at FiloLab— presented the “Ethics of Care” seminar together with Rosana Triviño at the Andalusian School of Public Health of Granada. This seminar took place in the framework of the 4th module on ethics, gender and care which is part of the 11th Diploma of Specialisation in Bioethics, organised by the Andalusian School of Public Health. Following the proposals and analyses of Kohlberg and Gilligan, this seminar shows how the ethics of care are a critical and complementary approach to traditional ethics of justice so as to move towards a non-binary and non-exclusive conception of gender, amongst other values. Through a hybrid methodology that combines theory and group practice, students are expected to develop and integrate approaches and guiding principles regarding ethics of care…
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EBEN Spain 2021: 28 th Online Conference

EBEN Spain 2021: 28 th Online Conference

Calls, Conferences, Posts, workshops
Rafael Cejudo (Cordoba University), member of FiloLab, is the organiser of the 28th EBEN (Erupopean Business Ethics Networks) Conference in Spain, which will take place on 10-12 June 2021. FiloLab would like to invite all of you to participate. The title of this conference is “Ethical and social economy: a new covenant between business and society” and it will be held online due to the social and health problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. “The pandemic has presented companies with new challenges in record time; it has speeded up technological change and it has created new consumer and work habits which were only starting to develop a few months ago. It has also plunged economies into an unprecedented crisis which has had uneven effects for each different sector. Therefore, citizens, consumers…
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“So close, so far: vulnerability and sexual and reproductive rights in the COVID-19 era”

“So close, so far: vulnerability and sexual and reproductive rights in the COVID-19 era”

Activities, COVID-19, Conferences, News
Ester Massó Guijarro, researcher at FiloLab, and Rosana Triviño have presented a paper entitled “So close, so far: vulnerability and sexual and reproductive rights in the COVID-19 era” as part of the International Seminar “Ethical Pespectives on the Social and Economic Consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic”. It was an online workshop that took place in the Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research at the University of Salzburg on 16th and 17th March 2021. Ester Massó and Rosana Triviño are also members of the ESPACyOS network (Ética Salubrista para el Activismo, el Cuidado y la Observación Social). Workshop Program: Ethical Perspectives on the Social and Economic Consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic
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Alberto Molina Pérez: “Public knowledge and attitudes towards consent policies for organ donation in Europe. A systematic review”, April 28

Alberto Molina Pérez: “Public knowledge and attitudes towards consent policies for organ donation in Europe. A systematic review”, April 28

Conferences, News, Talks
Alberto Molina Pérez will be present at the 5th ELPAT Congress "Developing Dialogue - Pioneering Practice", organized by the European Society for Organ Transplantation (ESOT) and dedicated to the ethical, legal and psychosocial aspects of transplantation and donations. His presentation is titled "Public knowledge and attitudes towards consent policies for organ donation in Europe. A systematic review" and it will take place on April 28, between 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m., at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Poland). (more…)
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David Rodríguez-Arias: “The ethics of consent policies and the role of families in deceased organ procurement”, April 27

David Rodríguez-Arias: “The ethics of consent policies and the role of families in deceased organ procurement”, April 27

Conferences, News, Talks
David Rodríguez-Arias will participate in the V ELPAT Congress "Developing Dialogue - Pioneering Practice", organized by the European Society for Organ Transplantation (ESOT) and dedicated to the ethical, legal and psychosocial aspects of transplantation and donations. His presentation is entitled "The ethics of consent policies and the role of families in deceased organ procurement" and will take place on April 27, between 8:30 am and 10:00 am, at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Poland). (more…)
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