CAPPE works with a range of universities and organisations around the world. These include 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; Complutense, Madrid, Spain; Roskilde, Denmark; Kyoto, Japan.
We also work closely with colleagues outside higher education. These include think tanks such as Autonomy: the theatre group, Hydrocracker, MEDACT, colleges and schools across the UK, and charities.
CAPPE colleagues engage closely with both policy and practice, aiming to have impact that changes how we live together in positive ways. We have worked with a range of political parties debating the politics of Populism, including with PODEMOS in Spain.
CAPPE welcomes the opportunity to engage with individuals and organisations outside the University.