Toni Rodón, PhD in political science and professor at Pompeu Fabra University, is the winner of the Pasqual Maragall 2020 Legacy Research Grant. Rodón’s research “Urban inequalities, segregation and social capital. What is the question? ”, Was selected from 22 proposals by a jury made up of professors Eva Anduiza and Maite Vilalta, both members of the Advisory Board of the Fundació Catalunya Europa, Mireia Grau, head of research at the Institut of Self-Government Studies and Txema Castiella, Director of Institutional Relations Services at Barcelona City Council.
This is the seventh edition of the Pasqual Maragall Legacy Research Grant. The winner will have one year to develop the project submitted for the research grant, which has a financial endowment of € 5,000. In addition, the foundation is committed to working for the publication of the research once completed.
In chronological order, the previous winners of the research grant were Marc Pradel, Mariona Tomàs, the group formed by Rosella Nicolini, Miquel Àngel Garcia López and José Luis Roig Sabaté, Javier Martínez-Cantó and Oscar Monterde, winner of the latest edition.