Receiving his Master from UCLondon (2001), Henning Hahn currently teaches as a visiting professor for Practical Philosophy at the Freie Universität Berlin, where he previously taught Political Theory and Philosophy (2014). He also teaches at the Centre of Global Ethics at Kassel University. As a Research Fellow, he worked in Oxford, New York and at Yale University. His research is focused on Human Rights, Global Justice, Applied Ethics (global health, economy, poverty), Pragmatist Ethics and Kant.
Gottfried Schweiger holds a postdoc position at the Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research, University of Salzburg, where he is currently the Principal Investigator of a research project on child poverty and social justice which is funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). He is mainly interested in social and political philosophy and applied ethics.
Clemens Sedmak has been a Professor of Social Ethics at FD Maurice Chair at King's College London (University of London) since 2005. As a visiting Professor of Social Ethics, he holds the Franz Martin Schmölz chair at the University of Salzburg and was the founding director of the Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research. He held several visting positions and is currently Visiting Professor at Notre Dame, IN.