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The Ethics of Powerlessness is an interdisciplinary research project of philosophers at the University of Essex. The project started in July 2015.
From philosophies and pedagogies to ethnic-racial and queer studies, this project advances embodied aspects of voices, the multidisciplinary potentialities of somatic studies, vocal diversity and inclusion, somatic modes of sounding,
The Essex Autonomy Project is a research and knowledge-exchange initiative funded by the Wellcome Trust (January 2017- January 2022).
Housed within the Human Rights Centre at Essex with partners worldwide, the Human Rights, Big Data and Technology Project considered the challenges and opportunities presented by big data and associated technology from a human rights perspective.
Essex’s Professor Paul Hunt was the first expert to hold the position of UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health when the mandate was created in 2002. Since then, both he, and his successor have developed a rich body of work around the right to …