The Institute of Anthropology (IADC) researches and teaches on the issues of dignity and care in an intercultural and interdisciplinary way, basing its approach on an anthropological view of human life from a Christian perspective. The Institute contributes to the development of a common model of a safer world, it raises awareness of the urgency of safeguarding, especially with regard to minors and vulnerable adults, and prepares experts from all over the world to prevent abuse in any form.
The IADC envisions a world where all humans can live in freedom and without fear from violation of their dignity and receive the care they need and deserve.
To promote greater sensitivity and willingness to act in a way that consistently promotes human dignity and care for vulnerable people, thus contributing to a practical commitment of the Catholic Church.
To contribute to the formation of professionals working to protect vulnerable people, who know how to apply their knowledge and skills effectively in different social and cultural contexts and which intend to serve the mission of the Church and society as a whole.