Pluralism, Democracy, and Justice (PDJ)
Pluralism, Democracy, and Justice (PDJ) is a research group based at the Department of Philosophy, UiT The Arctic University of Tromsoe, Norway. The group was founded in 2010 and it is currently composed by Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, Post-docs, PhD and Master's students. The ongoing research is organized in thematic clusters addressing global justice and cosmopolitanism, democratic theory and freedom of speech, multiculturalism and allocation of rights, climate action and the humanities, and human rights and the use of public reason. Several workshops, group meetings and international conferences are organized every year.
In 2014, the PDJ was promoted by the UiT to a level 2 research group and granted an annual research funding until 2018. In 2015, the PDJ concluded the project "Justice in Conflict" funded by the Norwegian Research Council and in 2016 started to run the project "Globalizing Minority Rights: Cosmopolitanism, Global Institutions, and Cultural Justice" (NRF ES575484) (2016-2020).
The PDJ is a research group in expansion and it welcomes visiting academics and new collaborators in 2016 and 2017. Contact us for more information.
Group leader: Tor Ivar Hanstad
Last updated: October 2016.
Forthcoming events:06.-07.11.2016PDJ Workshop and official launching of theGlobalizing Minority Rights project. _________________________________