The issue of “comfort women” of Japanese Imperial troops invited us to rethink of how to repair the past war-crime and how to respond to survivors’ claims to seek justice. The article by Yayo Okano argues that the ethics of care and care theories have at least three advantages to answer the questions because it focuses responsively on structural violence, proposes a new idea of relational selves, and takes the social connection model to justice. Continue reading Why has the ethics of care become an issue of global concern?
On November 2, the Dutch foundation Critical Ethics of Care organises its third masterclass, entitled: More self-reliance and less government? Neoliberalism in care, welfare and education.
Continue reading Masterclass: Neo-liberalism in care, welfare and education
José María Muñoz‑Terrón and María Teresa Martín‑Palomo write a comprehensive overview about the ethics of care in Spain Continue reading Ethics of care in Spain
In 10 days Austrians will elect a new parliament. Eva Fleischer, professor at the Management Centre Innsbruck,reflects on the election campaign and its meaning regarding solidarity in Austria. Continue reading Is Austria moving towards being a society without solidarity?
What my corpus of novels and short stories exposes and bring into focus is thus an “accountable posthumanism … that can embrace multiplicity and partial perspective, a posthumanism that is not threatened by others”. Dominique Hétu explains Continue reading Care ethics shares points of tension with critical posthumanism
A few days ago Norwegians elected their new parliament. In this article Per Nortvedt of the University of Oslo, reflects on why these elections should have led to a different immigration policy. Continue reading Care and the immigrant crisis