Project Team

Dr Gottfried Schweiger (Principal Investigator)

Dr Gunter Graf (PostDoc)

Dr.in Mar Cabezas (PostDoc)

International Partners

The project will be carried out in Salzburg but four international partners will be involved, who are highly renowned experts in the fields of child studies, the well-being and poverty of children, children'srights and social justice.

Mario Biggeri (Economics, Florence)

Caroline Hart (Education Studies, Sheffield)

Ortrud Leßmann (Economics, Hamburg)

Colin Macleod (Philosophy, Victoria)

 

funded by the Austrian Science Fund:

Barrierefreiheit: Kurzbeschreibung des Bildes

Project: P 26480-G15

 

 

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