Ceren Pekdemir (C.)
Ceren Pekdemir works as a PhD researcher at the International Centre for Integrated assessment and Sustainable development (ICIS) at Maastricht University (MU). In her research on “Global Sustainable Change: Partnerships between Fragmentation and Cohesion” she analyses the role and dynamics of (multi-stakeholder) partnerships in global governance systems and its effects on transnational regulation. Next to this she is also teaches the course Governance for Sustainable Development with her supervisor Pieter Glasbergen. Prior to her research position she worked as a lecturer at University College Maastricht (UCM), teaching, among other courses, Strategy and Negotiation, and Philosophy of Science. Next to this, she also coordinates the overall application procedure for the Master Program Sustainability Science and Policy. Areas of responsibility include admissions and recruitment.
Ceren holds a master’s degree in Conflict Resolution and Governance (UvA) and a bachelor degree of University College Maastricht (UM).
Governance for sustainable development
Global civil society
Conflict resolution and governance
Doctoral researcher, Teacher, Member Education Committee, Member Board of Admissions, Admissions and Recruitment Master Sustainability Science and Policy