Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research

Welcome to the Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research (CEPR) at the University of Salzburg!

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The CEPR is an interdisciplinary research organization with multiple integrations in national and inter-national institutions and networks. It is dedicated to the scientific treatment of social-ethical issues with particular reference to the phenomena of poverty and social exclusion.

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    The Faculty of Education has organized the Summer School, "Bildung des Subjekts", at the Unipark Nonntal. Lecturers are, among others, Winfried Böhm, General Pedagogy, University of Würzburg, and Michael Winkler, General Pedagogy and Theory of Social Pedagogy, University of Jena.
    In Salzburg, the art business will be in full swing in Summer 2017. During the five week Festival, the city, as the cultural centre, is promoting numerous musical and theatrical productions, as well as exhibitions.
    The Summerschool is a cooperative project of the Universities of Graz, Vienna and Salzburg. The program includes visits to the UNESCO World Heritage cities of Salzburg, Graz and Vienna. Coordinator of the University of Salzburg is the communication scientist, Kurt Luger.
    At the 18th Salzburg Summer School "European Private Law", held from 3 – 15 July, 2017, at the University of Salzburg under the direction of Professor Michael Rainer, 40 teachers from Europe and approximately 150 students took part. There was no sense of an anti-European sentiment.
    The Summer Uni "ditact_women's IT" of the University of Salzburg is specifically aimed at women with technical interests. It takes place from 21 August to 2 September at the Unipark Nonntal and at the Fachhochschule Salzburg. Information: http://www.ditact.ac.at.
    Invitation to visit books, study scores, photos, as well as personal documents and more.
    This year's Week of Higher Education Institutions (Hochschulwochen), which will be held 31 July to 6 August, is devoted to the "public". Program highlights are the award of the theological prize for the life’s work of Eberhard Schockenhoff on 2 August at 19:30, Aula, and an official ceremony with the keynote speaker, sociologist and political scientist, Hartmut Rosa, on 6 August at 10:30 am, Aula.
    Katharina Weiser (31), a research associate at the Institute of Administrative and Constitutional Law at the Paris Lodron University of Salzburg, was recently awarded the prize for Federalism and Regional Research in 2017 for her dissertation. The prize was presented on Sunday, 11 June, at the Konferenz der Präsidentinnen und Präsidenten der Landtage Österreichs und Südtirols together with the Institut für Föderalismus in Lochau/Vorarlberg.
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