[SydPhil] CAVE workshop: Procedural Justice, 17-18 Septemberm
Centre for Agency, Values, and Ethics
arts.cave at mq.edu.au
Mon Sep 3 10:54:25 AEST 2018
The Macquarie University Research Centre for Agency, Values, and Ethics (CAVE) will host a 2 day workshop on procedural justice in September. All are welcome, but as seats are limited, please register for a spot. You can email arts.cave at mq.edu.au<mailto:arts.cave at mq.edu.au> to register.
Procedural Justice Workshop
Date: 17-18 September, 2018
Venue: The Incubator, Macquarie University
The Macquarie University Research Centre for Agency, Values and Ethics will host a two-day interdisciplinary workshop at Macquarie University on 17-18 September, 2018. This workshop is connected with an ARC-funded Discovery Project, entitled 'A Relational Theory of Procedural Justice' (CIs: Denise Meyerson, Catriona Mackenzie, Therese MacDermott).
The aim of the workshop is to explore the concept of procedural justice by bringing together moral and legal philosophers, lawyers, researchers working in the field of empirical justice studies and criminologists. There will be three international speakers: Jonathan Jackson (London School of Economics), William Lucy (Durham University) and Natalie Stoljar. National speakers are: Therese MacDermott, Catriona Mackenzie, Denise Meyerson, Tina Murphy, Karl Roberts, and Sarah Sorial.
Jon Jackson (LSE)
Norms, normativity and relational qualities of legitimacy
Tina Murphy (Griffith)
A relational model of law-abiding behaviour: enhancing people's willingness to report crime and victimisation to police through procedural justice
Karl Roberts (Western Sydney)
Organisational justice in Australian policing: a national survey of serving police officers
Sarah Sorial (Macquarie)
Legitimacy and the relevance of participatory procedures
Therese MacDermott (Macquarie)
The framing of tribunal procedures: a question of balance or a participation-centred approach?
William Lucy (Durham)
Opacity and procedural justice
Denise Meyerson (Macquarie)
The imperfect relationship between procedures and outcomes
Natalie Stoljar (McGill)
Does racial profiling undermine respect?
Catriona Mackenzie (Macquarie)
Procedural justice, relational equality and self-respect
Research Assistant, Macquarie University Research Centre for Agency, Values and Ethics (mq.edu.au/cave)
Tutor, Department of Philosophy
Sydney, NSW 2109, Australia
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