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Past Event

Old age: views from philosophy and social science | Brown Bag Debate

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About the Speakers:

Dr Ashley Moyse (PhD, Newcastle, NSW) is the McDonald Postdoctoral Fellow in Christian Ethics and Public Life. He is an Associate Fellow of the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity at Trinity International University (USA), a member of the Centre for Research in Religion and Social Policy, University of Divinity (AUS), and an honorary research associate at Trinity College, University of Divinity (AUS).

Kenneth Howse is Deputy Director at the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing where his research interests cover health and health policy with a strong interest in the ethical and normative dimension of the policy implications of demographic ageing. He also has an interest in ageing in South and South-east Asia including the role of Older People’s Associations, the impact of population ageing on food production, and the provision of community health care. Kenneth is a key researcher in the RCA-Oxford collaborative DesignAge Institute with responsibility for elucidating the demand for good design as we age. 

This event is part of a seminar series:

Michaelmas 2020 Seminar Series

  This term we present a series of Lectures and Brown Bag debates from our various networks around the world.  These will cover topics relevant to the various research undertaken at the Institute of Population Ageing.  Two sessions will be provided by colleagues in the AFoX collaboration and from the Medical Sciences.  The Brown Bag Debates this term will cover different ...

Event Details

12 November 2020 14:00 - 15:00


Online with Zoom