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URBAN INJUSTICES

NORMATIVE IDEAS AND PRACTICES

Feb 13-15, 2023

Sergio Souza vista aérea cidade desigualdade urbana

The Workshop

This interdisciplinary workshop seeks to establish a forum for novel academic debates by associating concepts and theories in contemporary political philosophy with empirical claims raised by groups that suffer urban injustices and with normative justifications for fairer and more egalitarian cities.

The event will address ongoing discussions on urban injustices in Brazil and in other countries and pursue methodological gains for theoretical research on urban studies and public policymaking.

The Workshop
Speakers

Confirmed Speakers

University of São Paulo

University of Liverpool

National Autonomous University of Mexico and Yale University

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

University of Oxford

University of Liverpool

University of São Paulo

Umeå University

Insper -  São Paulo

University of Oxford

University of São Paulo

CEM

Headquartered at the University of São Paulo (USP) and at the Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning (CEBRAP), CEM hosts a multidisciplinary group of scholars including demographers, political scientists, sociologists, geographers, economists and anthropologists.

Since its establishment in 2000, CEM has produced internationally leading research in the social sciences on topics related to social, economic and political change in contemporary cities, with emphasis on the Brazilian scenario. 

Photo: Davide Cantelli/Unsplash

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Venue
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Venue

R. Morgado de Mateus, 615. Vila Mariana.
São Paulo – SP, Brazil.

The Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning (CEBRAP) was founded in 1969 by a group of professors expelled from Brazilian universities by the military dictatorship. Since its inception, CEBRAP has been acting as a major free-thinking forum for knowledge production in Brazil, fostering the work of many of the country’s leading researchers and intellectuals in the social and human sciences.

Photo: CEBRAP/Instagram

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