partnerships

University College Maastricht (UCM)

Since April 2018, CELL has engaged in a partnership with University College Maastricht (UCM). UCM is a Liberal Arts and Sciences Honors College that provides small-scale and individualized bachelor's education. CELL and UCM are collaborating to provide students the opportunity to work with CELL’s team for a full semester to carry out research and policy engagement activities, as part of UCM’s Applied Research and Internship (ARI) Project. Each UCM student selected to work with CELL earns 10 ECTS. The first cohort of students shall begin work in the Fall 2018 semester.

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CELL connects experts, decision-makers, and stakeholders from a wide range of institutions and sectors, who work in the fields of conflict and education, and who are best placed to create changes in educational content.

The School of Writing (TSW)

Since September 2017, CELL has been engaged in a partnership with The School of Writing, based in Pakistan. CELL and TSW  collaborate on textbook and educational projects, research, and events, particularly as they relate to divisive stereotypes.

Georg Eckert Institute (GEI)

Since November 2017, CELL has been engaged in a partnership with The Georg Eckert Institute (GEI) for International Textbook Research, based in Germany. GEI is a member of the Leibniz Association, a prestigious network of non-university research institutions.

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CELL connects experts and stakeholders from a wide range of disciplines and sectors, who work in the fields of conflict and education, and who are best placed to create changes in educational content.

Launch of Young Researchers Initiative with UCM

On September 3, 2018, CELL launched its 'Young Researchers' program in partnership with the University College Maastricht (UCM). CELL’s Young Researchers program offers UCM students the opportunity to work with CELL’s team in carrying out research and policy engagement activities related to reducing divisive stereotypes in textbooks and other educational materials. In exchange for academic credit, Young Researchers design and carry out independent research projects on divisive content in textbooks from their countries of origin.

CELL Selected for USAID's ECCN 2018-19 Partner Initiative

The Conflict and Education Learning Laboratory’s 'Violent Pasts Workshop' has been chosen by USAID's Education in Conflict and Crisis Network (ECCN) as a featured Partner Initiative that it will support for 2018-2019. CELL's Violent Pasts Workshop meets ECCN's key aim to advance knowledge and understanding about a critical area in the field of education in crisis and conflict (EiCC) settings. Moreover, through this Partner Initiative, ECCN and CELL shall seek to collaborate and strengthen synergies across their respective networks.

Partnership with University College Maastricht

CELL is now engaged in a partnership with University College Maastricht (UCM). UCM is a Liberal Arts and Sciences Honors College that provides small-scale and individualized bachelor's education. CELL and UCM are collaborating to provide students the opportunity to work with CELL’s team for a full semester in carrying out research and policy engagement activities, as part of UCM’s Applied Research and Internship (ARI) Project. Each UCM student selected to work with CELL shall earn 10 ECTS. Selected students shall begin work in the Autumn 2018 semester.

Partnership with The Georg Eckert Institute (GEI)

CELL is now engaged in a partnership with The Georg Eckert Institute (GEI) for International Textbook Research, based in Braunschweig, Germany! GEI is a member of the Leibniz Association, a prestigious network of non-university research institutions. CELL and GEI will collaborate on textbook and educational projects, research, and events, in the domain of divisive stereotypes and discrimination in textbooks and other educational media.