25
Mar
2015

The Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied Centre at the University of Leeds is pleased to invite researchers to attend a one-day interdisciplinary workshop on ‘The History and Future of Rationing’, to be held in Leeds on Wednesday 25th March 2015.

Forming part of a wider AHRC-funded project Climate change, ethics and responsibilities: an interdisciplinary approach, this workshop will include discussion of both the historical experiences of rationing and potential use of rationing in the future, to explore ideas of acceptability and fairness in the organisation, distribution and consumption of limited resources.

The workshop is free to attend but there will be a £10 deposit, which will be refunded after your attendance at the event. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

More information about the event, including the full programme, can be found here.

Please register online.

If you have any queries or questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch:
Josie Freear
j.freear@leeds.ac.uk
0113 34 39416