Offering our expertise to audiences beyond the scientific community is one of the Cluster’s objectives. One way of enhancing communication between research and the media in the broadest sense is our Journalist-in-Residence program.

The Journalist-in-Residence program will foster our cluster's relations with media outlets, think-tanks and policy-makers. Our Residents are invited to stay at the Cluster for six weeks to three months to enable them to pursue projects related to inequality. Journalists and practitioners from think tanks, non-governmental organisations or the political arena get the opportunity to deepen their expertise in this field through close interaction with our researchers.