Here you can find a selection of international collaborations in which CEDAR researchers participate.
Research at CEDAR has a strong international profile and makes important contributions to research on population change, ageing, older people's living conditions and participation, as well as to methodological development in both research and infrastructure.
Here we present some of the international collaborations/networks/consortia that CEDAR researchers are part of.
The International Consortium of Lifecourse Research Centers
CEDAR has joined the International Consortium of Lifecourse Research Centers coordinated by the LIVES Centre in Switzerland, based at the University of Lausanne and the University of Geneva.
The consortium includes over a dozen of excellent centers that focus on topics related to vulnerability and resilience across lifecourse, generations and historical time as well as geographic contexts. Collaborations within the consortium support inititatives such as winter schools for doctoral students, international visits of guest researchers as well as joint workshops and conferences.
CEDAR is a part of Population Europe, the network of Europe’s leading research centres in the field of policy-relevant population studies. This unique knowledge pool disseminates the most relevant research findings to policy audiences and the public. The network has established collaborations with a broad range of stakeholders interested in population developments.
Population Europe also has an extensive network of eminent population experts throughout Europe that are nominated by the partner institutes. These experts support the activities of the network, for example, by participating in our various events and contributing to our publications. Some of CEDAR researchers, namely Anna Baranowska-Rataj, Mojgan Padyab and Gunnar Malmberg are population experts nominated by Population Europe.