Intergenerational Justice Review


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Vol. 7, No. 1 (2021):
Precaution for
the benefit of future
What can we do to avoid
future pandemics?

Jörg Tremmel, Markus Rutsche


FRFG policy paper

Pandemics and intergenerational justice. Vaccination and the wellbeing of future societies. 
Jörg Tremmel

Opinion pieces

Setting an example for future generations
Agnes Binagwaho, Kedest Mathewos

Vaccination strategies and policies: What can be done by whom, when and where?
Samantha Vanderslott

Equity in vaccination against COVID-19: Lessons from child immunization
Rajeev Sadanandan

How will future generations look back on the pandemic?
Adriano Mannino

Human infection studies and the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic
Jörg Tremmel

Book Review

Alberto Giubilini: The ethics of vaccination
Marius Kunte

Katie Wright: Gender, migration and the intergenerational transfer of human wellbeing
Judith Kausch-Zongo

Book Recommendations

Recommendations of new books on the pandemic
Jörg Tremmel

About the Journal

The IGJR publishes articles from the disciplines of political science, philosophy, and international law, reflecting the current state of research on intergenerational justice. Find out more about policies and people. IGJR is indexed under Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).

Proposed citation
The IGJR appears on a regular basis since 2015. In 2015, "Youth Quotas" was the only issue and is counted as Vol. 1 (1). Since 2016, the IGJR appears biannually (2016 = volume 2; 2017 = volume 3; etc.).
To cite an article in one of these issues, please indicate volume, issue and page number. For instance:
Bidadanure, Juliana (2015): Better Procedures for Fairer Outcomes: Youth Quotas in Parliaments. In: Intergenerational Justice Review, 1 (1), 4-10.

There have been six special issues before 2015 that are not numbered consecutively. To cite an article in one of these pre-2015 issues, please use page numbers only without "volume".
For instance:
Lumer, Christoph (2009): Climate Change, Intergenerational Justice and Development. In: Intergenerational Justice Review, pp. 88-94.


For access to issues of the former sister-journal Journal für Generationengerechtigkeit (JfGG), please click here.

From 2013-2016 the IGJR benefited from a grant by the German Research Association

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.