This book provides a distinctive contribution to the growing debate about global justice and global ethics. It brings a multi-disciplinary voice a " which spans philosophical, political and social disciplines a " and emphasises the social element of global justice in both theory and practice.
The authors address debates about the scope of justice and hierarchies of justice, in turn raising questions about how different approaches and conceptions of justice inter-relate. Mapping the debate about global social justice and set in the context of the broader global justice and global ethics debates; the book brings together established and respected authors in their fields who directly address issues including human rights, the environment, health, labour, peace-building and political participation and sexuality.
The book will be of interest to students and scholars of International Relations, Political Science, Philosophy (Global Ethics, Moral Philosophy, Political Philosophy); Environmental/Development Studies, Human Rights Law, Global Studies and Sociology.