The consortium consists of an outstanding collaboration of researchers and practitioners who have shared interests and a unique mix of skills and experience both inside and outside of academia.
The academic disciplines covered include sociology, environmental sociology, gender studies, science and technology studies, social psychology, cultural geography and children’s geographies, special education and educational research.
Save the Children practitioners bring practice-based experience of emergencies, disasters and humanitarian work to the project, helping to ensure that it is thoroughly connected with realistic understandings of the needs of children and young people from diverse backgrounds.
Map of the consortium:
The consortium organisational chart:
The consortium partners:
- Lancaster University, UK
- Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal
- Open University of Catalonia, Spain
- University of Thessaly, Greece
- Save the Children, Italy and UK
The project also has a Project Advisory Group which will guide and advise on the general direction for the project and an Ethics Board which will scrutinise the compliance with ethical approvals granted by the relevant ethics committees and requirements of the Grant Agreement.