This project, being interdisciplinary, involved a number of collaborations with other authors, institutions and organisations from different areas of social sciences, devoted to political, religious, cultural studies, as well as studies of international relations and vulnerable groups of people
European University Institute
"Dilemmas" is a joint initiative of the Migration Policy Center and of the research project "Migration as Morality Politics". "Dilemmas" analyses fundamental ethical dilemmas in policy-making on migration and refugee protection.
Austrian Academy of Science
The KMI is a platform for research projects dealing with migration and integration. The Commission for Migration and Integration Research (KMI) supports the institutionalization of migration and integration research as a cross-sectional discipline. It also promotes fact-based information for the media public and political institutions, as well as public dialogue and the exchange of opinions.
University of Vienna
The research group The Politics of Inclusion & Exclusion (INEX) was created in 2008 with the aim of studying issues related to the political regulations of diversity in the fields of migration/integration, democratic reform and innovation, religious governance, anti-discrimination, and gender politics at the European, national and local level.
University of Innsbruck
The Postsecular Conflicts Research Group specializes in sociological and interdisciplinary research on religion in contemporary society. The theoretical focus of the work lies on social theories of secularization and post-secularity as well as normative political theories on religion & democracy and religion in the public sphere.
Over the course of 2021 and 2022 the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs at Georgetown University is collaborating with three Vatican partners—the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development, the Dicastery for Culture and Education, and Dicastery for Interreligious Dialogue—to convene a global network around Pope Francis' concept of a "culture of encounter." Working groups made up of diverse scholars and practitioners will explore three related themes: creating a culture of encounter, forging global solidarity, and reforming global governance. The project is generously supported by the GHR Foundation.