Five questions about VINE

WHAT “Social Vulnerability and its Intersections: The role of gender in a comparative perspective” is a research project funded under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship program, promoted by the European Commission to support research in the European Union and...
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Presenting VINE at DAStU Polimi

In the seminar cycle on Vulnerability and Insecurity organised by Costanzo Ranci (Laboratory of Social Policies), I will be presenting ...
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VINE at the Sociology Week

I am very proud to announce that my project VINE, financed under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie program of the European Commission, ...
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Qualitative methods in San Salvador

The first week of September, I have been visiting the University of El Salvador invited as guest lecturer of qualitative ...
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VINE on IGOP Newsletter

In the IGOP Newsletter #135 VINE is the main protagonist! The #135 newsletter (in Spanish) presents the new material offered ...
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The VINE Policy Recommendations are available!

The project VINE studies the relationship between gender and the economic insecurity of families, focusing in particular on the role ...
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