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Living conditions, health, work and social inequality

This group teaches and researches areas related to the role of social policy, service organization and social work in shaping welfare, user trajectories and distribution of health, living conditions and labour market opportunities.

The group’s interests include the wider structural, demographic and societal conditions for social policy formation and social inequalities. Perspectives from social policy, social work, sociology and public administration, as well as quantitative and qualitative methods are the primary focus of this group.

This unit is part of the Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy.

Leader of the Academic Unit

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