This project is hosted by: University of London Institute in Paris
- Research interests:
- Project period:
- 01-Sep-2022 - 31-Aug-2024
- Project categories:
- Research project
- Project summary:
The project poses three basic research questions, addressing its historical, political and normative aspects in turn:
- How has the treatment of rights and duties in political and legal discourse changed in the post-1945 period such that imperfect duties of virtue, in particular, have lost their political status?
- How were each of (vertical) civic duties, (horizontal) humanitarian duties, and (mixed) associative duties, understood, framed, and enacted during and after the Coronavirus lockdowns in three liberal democracies: Norway, France and the UK?
- How can empirical understanding of this resurgence of duties inform a theoretical account of the prospects for collective action in response to “greater good” causes?
Lead researcher & project contact:
|Professor Anna-Louise Milne||University of London Institute in Paris||University of London||Anna-Louise.Milne@ulip.lon.ac.uk|
|Professor Simon Reid-Henry||Peace Research Institute Osloemail@example.com|
|Research Council of Norway||International||£57,278.43|