Young Researchers

CELL’s Young Researchers program offers students from the University College Maastricht (UCM) 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.

Anđela Draganić

Young Researcher

Anđela Draganić is a student of Liberal Arts and Sciences at University College Maastricht. Her focus is on Peace and Conflict Studies with a minor in Security Studies. She has completed International Baccalaureate at United World College (UWC) Dilijan, Armenia. Her experiences in Armenia mainly led to her interest in peacebuilding and reconciliation in regions impacted by conflict. Anđela is also focused on the inclusivity of education.

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Arthur Bribosia

Young Researcher

Arthur Bribosia is pursuing a Bachelor of Liberal Arts with a focus on social sciences at the University College Maastricht. His academic interests lie in environmental, cultural and conflict studies. He is also deeply interested in education and history which encouraged him to apply to work with CELL. With his personal experience of the Belgian education system and his interest in history and conflict studies, Arthur seeks to research the way Belgium’s colonial past is addressed in both French and Dutch History textbooks.

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Luka Fleuren

Young Researcher

Luka Fleuren is a student at University College Maastricht (UCM). At UCM, she has an interdisciplinary concentration that combines the Humanities and Social Sciences. More specifically, her academic interests lie in the fields of gender studies and cultural studies. She is particularly fascinated by the social construction of markers of difference such as race, sexuality, and gender, and how these shape people’s sense of self and other. In the process of completing her bachelor degree, she has also spent one semester studying at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia.

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