The Global Justice Academy is an interdisciplinary network that supports research, teaching and knowledge exchange on global justice issues. It seeks to build on, consolidate and expand the work of existing centres and collaborations at the University of Edinburgh.
In particular, the Global Justice Academy aims to provide:
In this short video, Professor Christine Bell introduces the Global Justice Academy and its work:
The Global Justice Academy is active in facilitating discussions to enable individual academics and existing centres and networks to expand their scope.
The goal is to allow the members of the Global Justice Academy to broaden their horizons with regard to research, teaching and knowledge exchange. In the medium-term, hopefully this will lead to collaborative research projects, new teaching initiatives and original forms of engagement with the public at large.
We have an active research agenda and broad teaching remit
Our Innovative Initiative Fund is now accepting applications for 2016-17. We support innovative ideas for events and knowledge exchange opportunities with awards of up to £500.
The Global Justice Academy is one of five Edinburgh Global Academies, joining the Global Agriculture and Food Security Academy, Global Development Academy, Global Environment and Society Academy, and the Global Health Academy.