(No) Baggage: About things brought along, left behind and newly acquired in the context of flight and expulsion (1945/2015)
Reconstructing the meaning of things (symbolic and identity-creating) in the context of flight and expulsion as well as the concrete use or appropriation of things in everyday life using a biographica...
Feasibility study using participatory research methods
Evaluating the extremism-prevention project “Jamal al-Khatib – Mein Weg” (second season) using qualitative and ethnographic research methods
This research project is conducted at the Ilse Arlt Institute for Social Inclusion Research and it is part of the cross-institutional research network FIRST (Forschungsnetzwerk Interdisziplinäre Regi...
The project aims at regaining a social work perspective on malnutrition and how it influences social inclusion.
The interdisciplinary project UmBrello investigates the feasibility of a communications- and service platform for elderly citizens in rural areas.
Caring for relatives is a common reality. A new guideline is developed to support carers better in challenging situations
Investigating and analysing the realities young people’s life in the Pielachtal region to design forward-looking measures that open up new perspectives for young people.
Inclusive housing projects are the future. But what does it take for such concepts to work and deliver what they promise?
Facilitating the challenge of labour market inclusion of refugees for both companies and workers