Research funding from FORMAS to Gunnhildur Lily Magnusdottir

Congratulations to Gunnhildur Lily Magnusdottir, associate professor at GPS, who is a part of a small research team also including professor Annica Kronsell at Gothenburg University and Anna Kaijser researcher at Linköping University, that has received 10 million SEK research funding from FORMAS. The project is called Intersectionality and Climate Policy Making: Ways Forward to a Socially Inclusive and Sustainable Welfare State and is led by Gothenburg University. It is a four-year project aiming to explore how climate policy-makers in government agencies work with social inclusion and also how intersectional aspects relate to climate policy-making in the local context of three municipalities; Malmö, Gothenburg and Stockholm.

The project will develop guidelines and on-line pedagogical material for climate policy-makers about intersectional climate relevant social factors so they may develop socially inclusive and just climate policies in line with Agenda 2030.The findings of the project will also contribute to advancing theory and methodology on intersectional climate policy.

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