Tuesday, November 19th, from 06:00 p.m., Ninety One, Brick Lane, London, E1 6QR.
Ethics, ethical policy making, and human rights standards are core pillars of the identities of states in the West, and also provide substantiation for a moral high ground often invoked. However today, discrepancies between those moral standards and the actual policies enacted are stark- compelling us to question the authenticity of the ‘Ethical West’. This panel aims to identify and discuss those disparities within policy sectors of migration, technology and privacy, foreign policy, and more—perhaps to come to a conclusion about what ethical price Western states are willing to pay in the execution of domestic and foreign affairs.
Dr Elspeth Guild – Professor at Queen Mary University and co-editor of the European Journal of Migration and Law
Areeq Chowdhury – Head of Think Tank at Future Advocacy
Beth Oppenheim – Researcher at the Centre for European Reform
Dr Theologia Iliadou – Founder of GenSoc
Dr Eleanor Beevor – Research Analyst at International Institute of Security Studies
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