Andrew Fischer, the Scientific Director of CERES, has been made an affiliate of the Global Research Programme on Inequality.

The Global Research Programme on Inequality (GRIP) is a radically interdisciplinary research programme that views inequality as both a fundamental challenge to human well-being and as an impediment to achieving the ambitions of the 2030 Agenda.

GRIP was established in 2019 as a collaboration between the University of Bergen (UiB) and the International Science Council (ISC) to foster co-designed processes of knowledge creation to understand the multiple dimensions of rising inequalities.

GRIP is the successor to CROP (Comparative Research Programme on Poverty), which awarded Dr Fischer the International Studies in Poverty prize for his book Poverty as Ideology.

See: https://gripinequality.org/about/about-grip/

You can also follow GRIP on Twitter: @GRIPInequality

 

Global Research Programme on Inequality - logo

Global Research Programme on Inequality – logo

 

Andrew Fischer, on the left

Andrew Fischer, on the left