Centre for Stratification Research unifies research in social stratification and inequality in Denmark. The Centre cuts across all Danish environments for research in wide societal stratification processes.
The Centre's goal is to make use of research to contribute to modern treatment and optimisation of health conditions, social conditions, societal participation as well as the unique, reflective layout of modern lives.
FAOS focuses on studies of the labour market, industrial relations and, in recent years, employment relations from Danish, Nordic and European perspectives.
Coordination for Gender Research in Denmark is tasked with initiating, internationalising and disseminating gender research. It functions as an important hub between universities and national and transnational institutions and organisations.
The Centre researches the relations between sexuality, culture, health and society.
Graduate School for Integration, Production and Welfare
The objective of the Graduate School is to promote a permanent strengthening of the research expertise within the core fields of social and labour market research.
CEVES provides researchers in the sociology of science and expertise with an engaged research environment, and hosts a variety of public talks and research seminars as well as courses and study groups related to ongoing research at the Centre.
CAPS has as its primary goal to facilitate and promote theoretical research, debate and reflection in the social sciences and humanities.
SODAS will serve as the basis for a dedicated interdisciplinary social scientific agenda in education and research. SODAS will serve as SAMF’s contact point and active partner for the outside world.