Time: September 5-6, 2018
Venue: University of Tampere, Pinni B3107 (address: Kanslerinrinne 1)
The themes of the workshop concerned intergenerational justice and democratic decision making from a philosophical perspective. Keynote speakers included Simon Caney, Kai Spikermann, Eerik Lagerspetz, Michael MacKenzie and Eva Erman.
Read more about the workshop here (in Finnish).
Day 1 (video)
Simon Caney’s presentation starts at 0:00:05 | Kai Spiekermann 1:42:00 | Eerik Lagerspetz 3:05:00 | Teea Kortetmäki 4:10:00 | Simo Kyllönen 5:34:00.
Day 2 (video)
Eva Erman’s presentation starts at 0:01:00 | Michael MacKenzie 1:43:30 | Säde Hormio 2:59:30 | Markku Oksanen 3:57:30.
Wednesday 5 September 2018
10.00–11.15 Simon Caney, University of Warwick, “Democratic theory, intergenerational justice and overcoming short-termism in decision-making”
Discussant: Arto Laitinen, University of Tampere’
11.15–11.45 Coffee break
11.45–13.00 Kai Spiekermann, London School of Economics, “Irreversible losses”
Discussant: Antti Kauppinen, University of Helsinki
14.00–15.15 Eerik Lagerspetz, University of Turku, ”The all-affected principle: A critique”
Discussant: Teemu Toppinen, University of Helsinki
15.15–16.15 Teea Kortetmäki, University of Tampere, “Convergent visions in a divergent world? Long-term policy paths and pragmatism”
Discussant: Jaakko Kuosmanen, Demos Helsinki
16.15–16.45 Coffee break
16.45–17.45 Simo Kyllönen, University of Helsinki, ”Democratic ways of promoting intergenerational justice”
Discussant: Milla Vaha, University of Turku
Thursday 6 September 2018
09.30–10.45 Eva Erman, University of Stockholm, “A function-sensitive approach to the political legitimacy of global governance”
Discussant: Henri Vogt, University of Turku
10.45–11.15 Coffee break
11.15 –12.30 Michael MacKenzie, University of Pittsburgh, “Beyond theories of intergenerational justice: The politics of intergenerational relations”
Discussant: Maija Setälä, University of Turku
13.45–14.45 Säde Hormio, University of Helsinki, “Advocating on behalf of future generations: Juliana v. U.S.”
Discussant: Heta Heiskanen, University of Tampere
14.45–15.45 Markku Oksanen, University of Eastern Finland, “Environmental human rights and long-term decision-making”
Discussant: Johanna Ahola-Launonen, University of Helsinki
The registration for this workshop is closed.
PALO – Participation in Long-Term Decision Making is a multidisciplinary research project that analyzes problems of practices of long-term decision-making. With the objective to strengthen democracy, PALO develops better practices for deliberative citizen participation. The consortium partners are University of Turku, Åbo Akademi University, Natural Resources Institute Finland and University of Tampere. The project is funded by the Strategic Research Council (SRC) at the Academy of Finland.
Please direct questions about the event to Kaisa Herne at kaisa.herne(at)uta.fi.