A few days ago Maurice Hamington sent a mail to the members of the Carework Network in which he informed us about the passing away of the Italian philosopher Elena Pulcini. Complications of Covid-19 caused her too early death, she was only 71. Continue reading Remembering Elena Pulcini, philosopher of care
‘Ethics and social welfare’ is planning a special issue: Ethical relations to the past; individual, institutional, international. Deadline for abstract (300 words): 10 August 2020
For a humanist counsellor, providing spiritual care in prison since the onset of the pandemic has become both more challenging and more rewarding than before. Following the new rules, Ellen van der Weerd does her utmost to deliver good care. Continue reading Caught in Covid
November 8th, a special masterclass about normative professionalism is being organized bij the research network of the foundation Critical Ethics of Care. Continue reading Searching for the good. Dedicated professionals between complexity and scarcity.
The International Journal of Care and Caring (Bristol University Press) invites scholars around the world to prepare papers based on new research or scholarly reflection on experience of the pandemic. Continue reading Call for papers: Care, caring and the global COVID-19 pandemic
Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Leuven 6 – 9 February, 2018
The conference theme is Nomadic Inquiry: Continue reading Second European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry