Claudio Garcia Araujo, Researcher and Scientific Consultant of the European Institute for Multidisciplinary Studies on Human Rights and Science – Knowmad Institut.

With a multidisciplinary academic training in Psychology, Political Science and Sociology, Claudio acts as a researcher and research coordinator with a focus on social inequalities, with research interests on diverse but interrelated topics such as urban and regional experiences, racialization, migration, motherhood, childhood, medicalization processes and performance.

During his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree studies in Psychology and Political Science at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (Brazil), he participated at the Center for Studies about the Transformations in the World of Labour (Department of Social Sciences and Humanities), where he has written a dissertation on child labor trajectories, contributing to a published book on the same theme organized by Prof. Dr. Bernardete Aued and Prof. Dr. Célia Vendramini.

In 2008 he joined the Group of Studies and Research on Critical Ontology (Department of Education Sciences), where he participated in discussions, translations and developed research on labor performances and social ontology.

In 2012 he joined the Research Training Program Master in Social Sciences at the Institute for Social Sciences, Humboldt University of Berlin (Germany), where under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Talja Blokland he started studying social capital and urban inequalities, continuing his studies and currently doing his PhD at the Department of Urban and Regional Studies, writing about racialization processes and inequality reproduction.