Dr Ander Errasti
Doctor in Humanities – Ethics and Political Philosophy – by the UPF, supervised by Dr. Sonia Arribas and Dr. Daniel Innerarity. His research has focused on the normative analysis of the Cosmopolitanism of Ulrich Beck (Nations and Nationalism in a Cosmopolitanized World: Some Lessons from Ulrich Beck’s Work). He has been a Visiting Student at the Department of Politics and International Relations of the University of Oxford.
He holds a Degree in Philosophy from the University of Barcelona (UB), Master’s Degree in Political Philosophy from Pompeu Fabra University (UPF), Graduate in Business Studies from the UB and Master’s Degree in Legal Sciences from UPF.
He has worked for Globernance: San Sebastián’s Institute for Digital Democracy since 2013, where he organized several conferences, publications and research activities. He is currently developing a project in cooperation with the University of Edinburgh (supervised by professors Michael Keating and Nicola McEwen) on the impact of Brexit and the 2014 referendum on independence on Scottish self-government institutions.
He has published various opinion articles in local and international media, as well as participating in local and national radio programs.
Finally, he is a member of the GISME group of the UB since 2010, led by Professor Javier Tejada. As a member, he has organized several scientific dissemination activities, including collaborations with the Prado Museum, the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology or Jakiunde (Basque Academy of Sciences and Humanities). He is an assistant to the coordination at the CCentre project: “Towards active aging and well-being centred on citizens” (2016-2019) financed by EIT Health and Coordinated by Professor Elena Lauroba. He was Project Manager of the project financed by the European Commission SIforAge: Social Innovation for Active and Healthy Aging and a Sustainable Economic Growth (2013-2016).
Dr Elena Lauroba
Dr Ander Errasti
Dr Lluis Medir
Dr Jaume Tarabal Bosch