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Anna Lundberg receives project funding to improve rights advice

Professor Anna Lundberg

Anna Lundberg receives SEK 145 777 (about EUR 13 250) from the Lund University Sustainability Fund for the project "Legal competence for the right to have rights" (translation from Swedish). The project aims to create a model for providing information and advice on labour, migration and social law and how these areas of law interact and affect each other. The target groups are legal aid organisations and people in need of information and advice on their rights. Combating social exclusion and creating social sustainability is one of the project objectives.

Funding for the project comes from LU Innovation's Sustainable Idea Exploration call, which aims to turn research ideas into useful innovations.

Anna Lundberg is a Professor of Sociology of Law and her research often focuses on legal regulation in migration and social areas and the interaction between different areas of law.

Visit her page to learn more about her research.