The Human Rights Program of the Academic Center of Law and Business is holding its 6th international conference on the subject of "Rights and Reciprocity."
The conference will be conducted as a researchers' workshop and will take place at the Leodardo City Tower Hotel, Ramat Gan, Israel, on January 5-6, 2011.
The workshop will provide a forum for academics from around the world to exchange views and share ideas on the theoretical, legal, and practical aspects of the concepts of rights and reciprocity in a wide variety of perspectives, including the rights of cultural and religious minorities in a democracy, reciprocity in ethics and in law, in political and feminist theory, reciprocity and welfare rights, and rights and obligations in the laws of war.
The works presented will be published after a "double blind" peer review in the journal Law & Ethics of Human Rights (published by Berkley Electronic Press).

The session on Reciproocity and the Laws of War is sponsonred by the International Committee of the Red Cross.


Academic Organizers:
Iddo Porat, Gila Stopler.

PREVIOUS WORKSHOPS: Papers from this workshop will be published in
Journal of Law and Ethics of Human Rights (Bepress)

January 5th Wednesday

 

January 6th Thursday

Greetings 09:00 - 0 9:15   Coffee 09:15 - 09:30
Reciprocity in Liberal Theory
11:15 – 09:15
 

Reciprocity and Equality

11:30 – 09:30

Stephen Macedo, (with Gillian K. Hadfield)
Princeton University

Rational Reasonableness:  Toward a Positive Theory of Public Reason  

Stuart White
Oxford University

Exemptions as an egalitarian demand
Nir Eyal
Harvard University
Commentator   Shai Lavi
Tel Aviv University
Commentator
Corey Brettschneider
Brown University
Public Justification and the Right to Private Property: Welfare Rights as Compensation for Exclusion  

Yofi Tirosh
Tel Aviv University

Fighting Discrimination with yet More Discrimination? Between Pragmatism and Purism
Alon Harel
Hebrew University
Commentator
Comment
  Daphne Barak-Erez
Tel Aviv University
Commentator
Coffee 11:15 - 11:30   Coffee 11:30 - 11:45

Reciprocity & the Palestinian-Arab Minority in Israel


13:30 – 11:30  

Reciprocity in Ethics

12:45 – 11:45

Hassan Jabareen
Adalah

Citizenship as Coercion: The Political Moment of the Palestinians in Israel
 

Ronit Donyets-Kedar
 Academic Center of Law and Business

Reciprocity in Morality and Law
Moshe Cohen-Eliya
Academic Center of Law and Business
Commentator   Iddo Porat
Academic Center of Law and Business
Commentator
      Lunch 12:45 - 14:00
Daniel Statman
Haifa University
Reciprocity of rights and duties, benefits and burdens: Civil service for Israeli Arabs   Reciprocity, Welfare and Culture 16:00 – 14:00
Raef Zreik
Carmel Academic Center & Minerva Center for the Humanities, Tel Aviv University
Commentator  

Tommie Shelby
Harvard University

Justice, Work, and the Ghetto Poor in the United States
Lunch 13:30 - 14:30  

Shlomi Segall
Hebrew University

Commentator

Reciprocity and the Laws of War (Sponsored by the International Committee of the Red Cross)


14:30 – 16:30   Tzvia Greenfield
Mifne
The Haredi Minority between Reciprocity and Rights

Eric Posner
University of Chicago

Human Rights, the Laws of War, and Reciprocity   Gila Stopler
Academic Center of Law and Business
Commentator
Eyal Benvenisti
Tel Aviv University
Commentator      
Yitzhak Benbaji
Bar Ilan University
Justice in Asymmetric Wars: A Contractarian Analysis      
Amichai Cohen
Ono Law School
Commentator