Research & Projects
We bring practitioners and academics together
The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity programme brings practitioners and academics together for interdisciplinary research projects.
Current projects and research
Politics of Inequality research theme
Politics of Inequality is a joint International Inequalities Institute/Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity research theme which explores the practices of resistance, mobilisation, and contestation that constitute a politics of inequalities from a bottom-up perspective.
Atlantic Equity Challenge
The Atlantic Equity Challenge (AEQ) is an LSE-based research initiative offering researchers and practitioners an opportunity to undertake innovative, solutions-oriented, collaborative research and thinking directed at tackling social and economic inequalities.
Exploring the Potential of Academic-Practitioner Collaborations for Social Change
The Academic-Practitioner Collaborations (AcPrac) project asks the AFSEE community about their understanding and experiences with collaboration to investigate how AcPrac can tackle inequalities and contribute to wider social transformation.
AFSEE Inequalities Glossary
The Inequalities Glossary aims to demystify key concepts that are often discussed when theorising, researching, and attempting to address issues of social and economic inequalities.
Conflicted Identities for Social Justice? Exploring Female Economic and Political Elites in Chile and the UK
The project will examine female elites in the UK and Chile in order to explore the extent to which they might engage in social justice, redistribution and social cohesion.
AFSEE Incubation Labs
The AFSEE Incubation Labs is a new initiative designed to foster and support impactful and innovative cross-cohort collaborative projects that are started, led, and implemented by AFSEE Senior Fellows.
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