Dr Franck Meijboom
Franck Meijboom is a Professor affiliated to both the Ethics Institute and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. His research focuses on animal- and food ethics. He is Head of the Centre for Sustainable Animal Stewardship, which strives to encourage a sustainable and responsible relationship between humans and animals.
Dr Jos Philips (Programme Coordinator)
Jos Philips is an Assistant Professor in Political Philosophy and Ethics at the Ethics Institute. He works on global justice (esp. human rights, poverty) and sustainability.
Prof. Ingrid Robeyns
Ingrid Robeyns is a Professor of Ethics of Institutions. In her research, Robeyns focuses on the political and ethical evaluation and justification of institutions. She is also the President of the wordwide Human Development and Capability Association.
Dr Naomi van Steenbergen
Naomi van Steenbergen is an Assistant Professor, teaching ethics, political philosophy and the history of philosophy. Her research deals with climate ethics and with moral psychology, in particular personal responsibilities in situations of (practically) infinite moral demands.
Dr Lucie White
Lucie White is an Assistant Professor at the Ethics Institute, specialising in bioethics and the ethics of technology. She’s particularly interested in personal autonomy, personal identity, and, lately, COVID-19 and public policy. She received her PhD from the Australian National University in 2017, and worked for several years as a postdoc in Germany.