About

ANTHUSIA is a multi-disciplinary research project in the Anthropology of Human Security in Africa conducted by a consortium of four universities in Aarhus (Denmark), Edinburgh (United Kingdom), Leuven (Belgium) and Oslo (Norway).

It has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement no. 764546 and will train 15 Early Stage Researchers. Calls for these positions will be published soon.

News

2017.10.25 | Grants

Major EU grant for PhD programme in Africa’s biggest challenges

How should Africa deal with the major continent-wide challenges related to, among other things, health, refugees, the environment and energy supply? These are some of the questions junior researchers from all over the world will be addressing as part of a new European collaboration headed by Aarhus University. The collaboration has recently…


Contact

Network Coordinator

­Lotte Meinert
e-mail: lotte.meinert@cas.au.dk
  

Administrative Coordinators

Birgitte Bøgh
e-mail: bb@cas.au.dk

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Mia Korsbæk
e-mail: korsbaek@cas.au.dk