ASAP Austria\’s Research Headquarters Receives Human Rights Prize
ASAP Austria\’s research headquarters, The Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research at the University of Salzburg, is one of several nonprofit organizations that recently received the Rose for Human Rights. The Platform for Human Rights awards this prize annually to organizations that make an exceptional contribution to the maintenance and defense of civil and human rights.
The publication of the book titled The Social Exclusion Reader was one notable activity of the research center in 2014. The book, edited by ASAP Austria, features 24 short essays written by experts that offer new and unusual perspectives on poverty and social exclusion. The Social Exclusion Reader is written in the German language and is currently available to read online.
ASAP Austria was founded in 2012 in Vienna. The primary focus of the chapter is on poverty alleviation at the regional and local level. For information related to the Social Exclusion Reader, write to Gottfried Schweiger at email@example.com.