Demography, Ethics & Public Policy (DEPP) is a website for scholars interested in questions about demographic change, the family and population from both a normative and a social scientific perspective. Its main aim is to facilitate information exchange among academics tackling related questions about these issues across different disciplines and sub-disciplines. Its founders are Serena Olsaretti, together with Paul Bou-Habib (Essex University, currently a Marie-Curie Research at UPF working on justice and ageing) and Andrew Williams (ICREA-Universitat Pompeu Fabra).
The Law & Philosophy research group includes political philosophers at UPF, including those involved with the Family Justice project, as well as philosophers of law. It hosts various seminars and conferences in political and moral philosophy, listed in the Law & Philosophy website.