Dr Michael Gibb



Michael Gibb is a Lecturer in Philosophy at Oxford University. His primary research is in the field of ethics and questions of what we owe to each other. He is also interested in applying the study of ethics to practical problems such as articulating and defending universal human rights and promoting international criminal justice. He therefore enjoys working closely with a number of non-governmental organisations, and regularly takes part in their projects. This has included documenting post-election violence in Kenya; promoting access to international institutions from Abkhazia; and working with women’s groups, security forces, and reconciliation initiatives in Iraq.

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