Current users and beneficiaries of CAPPE’s research include the following academic institutions:
Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities, UK; Hannah Arendt Centre, University of Verona, Italy; Society for Women in Philosophy (SWIP); Political Studies Association (PSA); Centre for Ethics and Value Inquiry, Ghent University, Belgium; Department of Political Science, Johns Hopkins USA; International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs hosted by University of California Berkley, USA; and the Universities of Santiago, Chile; Pelotas, Brazil; Recife, Brazil; Vienna, Austria; Helsinki, Finland; Thessaloniki, Greece; Computense, Spain; Roskilde, Denmark; Kyoto, Japan.
We also work closely with colleagues outside higher education: for example, Hydrocracker, MEDACT, City of Brighton (colleges and schools), bringing philosophy into political theatre, activism around asylum seekers and refugees, and sixth-forms. CAPPE also hosts regular public events bringing debates in contemporary philosophy, politics and ethics to a wider public audience.
Members of CAPPE engage in developing policy with a range of national government organisations (NGOs), intervening in public discourse with the aim of bringing clarity to complex issues and debates.