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Marianne S. Ulriksen

Marianne S. Ulriksen

Project Lead

Marianne is Associate Professor at the Danish Centre for Welfare Studies (DaWS), at the Department of Political Science and Public Management. She has a deep knowledge of welfare studies in the Global South and has published extensively on themes such as social protection development, social and redistributive justice, comparative politics, taxation and resource mobilisation, and poverty and inequality. She is affiliated to the Centre for Social Development in Africa (CSDA), University of Johannesburg, as a Senior Research Fellow. 

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Ane Karoline Bak

Ane Karoline Bak

Project researcher & lecturer

Ane is Assistant Professor at DaWS at the Department of Political Science and Public Management. She holds an MA and PhD in Political Science from Aarhus University and an MA in Africa and International Development from University of Edinburgh. In her thesis, she studies the role of taxation in societal actors’ accountability demands in Senegal. Her research focusses the role of taxation in redistribution, welfare state development and accountable governance. She applies a comparative and qualitative approach with strong attention to grounding observations and analysis in the local relevant social, political and economic contexts.

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Christian Prener

Christian Prener

Project researcher & lecturer 

Christian is a postdoctoral legal scholar at the Department of Law with focus on constitutional law, public international law, citizenship and fundamental human rights. His PhD dissertation concerns the trend of citizenship revocation among Western states as a national security response to foreign fighters. Christian is a former research fellow at University of California, Los Angeles and prior to his doctoral studies, Christian worked as a documentary filmmaker with particular focus on politics and corruption in Brazil.

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Louise MunkholmLouise Munkholm

Project researcher & lecturer 

Louise is Assistant Professor at DaWS at the Department of Political Science and Public Management and has a background in Public Administration with specialization in EU-studies and Global Studies. In 2017, she received her PhD from Roskilde University based on socio-legal research on labour law enforcement in Chinese firms in Italy. Louise’s research interests include access to justice with focus on the role of public institutions in delivering welfare to citizens. In her work, she combines perspectives from law, political science and sociology to study how regulatory responses can be designed and implemented in ways that meet societal needs.

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 Siff Lund Kjærgaard

Administrative Coordinator

Siff holds a BA in Sociology and Cultural Analysis from SDU and an MA in Human Rights from University of Oslo with a specialization in indigenous women’s access to justice. She has worked in the United Kingdom, Denmark and before joining JUST SOCIETY, she lived in Greenland working for the Constitutional Committee as a Specialized Secretary in human rights

 

 

 

Advisory Board

 

Frederik Waage

Frederik Waage

Professor of Constitutional Law

Department of Law, University of Southern Denmark

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Klaus Petersen

Klaus Petersen

Professor, Head of Centre

Welfare Studies and Public Policy, University of Southern Denmark

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Christian Friis Bach

 Christian Friis Bach

 Adjunct Professor

 Department of Law, University of Southern Denmark