Monthly Archives: December 2022

Now Available: Youth on Trust Awards Essay Collection and Playlist

  • December 20, 2022
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In conjunction with the Irish and International Young Philosopher Awards at the UCD Centre for Ethics in Public Life, PERITIA invited students between the ages of 13 to 18 from across Europe to share their views in a forum where their voices can be heard on the topic of trust in our social and political life […]

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‘Trust in a Digital Age’ Workshop Held in Glasgow

  • December 9, 2022
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On November 30th, PERITIA hosted the workshop ‘Trust in a Digital Age – How to Trust and When’, a discussion session on the topic of online trust at Coatbridge Library, Glasgow. Speaker Daniella Meehan (University College Dublin) introduced the theme to the audience. This included information on why trust is integral and important to a […]

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First of Deliberative Workshop Series Held in London

  • December 8, 2022
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The 26th of November marked the inaugural session of PERITIA’s Citizen Fora, a series of deliberative workshops organised by Sense About Science and The Policy Institute at King’s College London. The aim is to bring together citizens and experts to engage in information exchange, public reflection and deliberation on some of the most pressing and […]

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PERITIA Project Leader and Coordinator Maria Baghramian
Highly Commended in IRC’s Researcher of the Year Awards

  • December 6, 2022
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For six years running, the Researcher of the Year Awards have been bestowed upon researchers funded by the Irish Research Council to celebrate their meaningful contributions to knowledge, society, culture or innovation. The winners are selected by an independent expert panel, chaired this year by Professor Áine Hyland. PERITIA Project Leader and Coordinator Professor Maria […]

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Winners of the 2021 Robert Papazian and PERITIA Essay Prizes

  • December 5, 2022
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We are delighted to announce the winners of the latest Robert Papazian and PERITIA Essay Prizes, a competition organised by  the International Journal of Philosophical Studies (IJPS) and the Horizon 2020 project, “Policy, Expertise and Trust in Action” (PERITIA). The Robert Papazian awardee is Amy Sepinwall (University of Pennsylvania) for her essay ‘Shared Guilt Among Inmates’. Her article explores the phenomenon of […]

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