The EAB has been appointed to support the KIDS4ALLL project team for the project lifetime and is composed by three experts who will be independent from Beneficiaries to avoid conflicts of interests and compromising advises and opinions. All members provide for a solid expertise in the fields of law, data protection and ethics of research activities, in particular with regard to minors and vulnerable groups.
Mark Carrigan is a digital sociologist based in the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge, where he organizes activities within the Culture, Politics and Global Justice research cluster and works as an embedded researcher within the Digital Learning Working Group. He directs the Post-Pandemic University project which is an international network comprising an online magazine, podcast hub and conference series.
Valentina Mazzucato is Professor of Globalisation and Development, Maastricht University, The Netherlands where she heads numerous international research projects on migration between Africa and Europe. She was recently awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant to study the mobility trajectories of transnational migrant youth (MO-TRAYL). Her research is characterised by multi-sited research designs and mixed-method approaches.
Mazzucato is a member of Maastricht University's ethics board for the social sciences and she has served as an internal ethics advisor of the TRANSMIC Initial Training Network.
Ulrich Stege is an International University College of Turin (IUC) Faculty Member and Director of the IUC Clinical Legal Education Program. In 2017-2018, he was a Lecturer at the University of Pretoria Law Clinic (South Africa). He studied law in Germany, France, and Belgium. In addition to his role at the IUC, he is a practicing lawyer and member of the Italian and German bars. He has been a speaker, expert, and trainer in numerous conferences, international expert groups, and training of trainers on subjects including European Law, asylum and immigration law, trafficking in human beings, migrant minors, and clinical legal education. He is a founding member and Executive Secretary of the European Network for Clinical Education (ENCLE), a Steering Committee member of the Global Alliance for Justice Education (GAJE) and a member of the Italian Law Clinic Network and the Francophone Network of Legal Clinics.