CSSJ (Centre for the Study of Social Justice)
The Centre for the Study of Social Justice is a forum for Oxford’s distinguished grouping of political theorists to share their expertise, collaborate on research projects, and publicise their work to the broader academic and policy-making community.
Questions of social justice cover a wide range: philosophical and practical, theoretical and applied, global and domestic. Encompassing this variety, the Centre for the Study of Social Justice provides a unique opportunity for cutting-edge intellectual exchange on a subject of fundamental political significance.
The Centre aims to make connections and build bridges: between different aspects of the theoretical study of social justice; with other disciplines such as Philosophy, Law, Economics, Sociology and Social Policy; and with the ‘real world’ of politicians and think-tanks.
The Department welcomes both students and academics as visitors, who are welcome to apply for CSSJ affiliation for the duration of their stay.
CSSJ events are occasionally recorded for public listening. We welcome you to listen to the podcasts.
CSSJ members regularly submit working papers for public viewing. We hope you enjoy reading them.