Over 100 delegates from 17 countries attended with a shared interest in developing work that can promote critical thinking about care. Our aim was to bring together people working on an ethic of care in different contexts and from different perspectives. The diversity of contributors raised many questions and issues that need further exploration and development.
Care Ethics Global Network
The network provides a space where care ethics and care ethicists have a presence and is the first care ethics network to provide information about social science research to audiences such as users of care services and policy makers and where for example, potential students may find research supervisors. The network is hosted in New Zealand by eSOCSCI – engaged social science: Hui Rangahau Tahi. For more information contact Dr Tula Brannelly