Life Ages and Education (EVE)
This research group aims at producing, exchanging and conveying scientific knowledge on life ages and education in a regional perspective (Andean-Amazonian countries) for the academia, development players and public policy-makers.
- Produce empirical research on life ages and education in different social, cultural and geographical contexts.
- Publish scientific papers (articles in indexed journals, books, working papers).
- Train students in research of these subjects at Bachelor, Master and Doctor Levels.
- Promote academic events and meetings among researchers, development actors and policy makers.
- Disseminate the scientific results of group members’ research to contribute to the intellectual debate and advocacy in connection to public policies.
- Promote the national and international mobility of PUCP teachers and students with partner academic institutions.
Lines of research:
Life Ages: transitions, trajectories and diversity
- Transitions between life stages
- Schooling, trajectories and educational transitions
- Indigenous and rural childhood and youth
Family and strategies in precarious contexts
- Mobilization, migration and multi residence
- Child labor
- Childhood vulnerabilities
- Social and child protection policies
- Care systems and economies
Violence, sexuality and “extreme” situations
- Children and domestic violence
- School Violence
- Prostitution, violence and sexual exploitation
- Trafficking in persons and forced labor
Educational Policies and Practices
- Public policies on education and curricular reforms
- Cultural diversity, intercultural education
- Quality of learning
- In-school and out-of-school education
- Rural education
Different kinds of knowledge and environment
- Environmental education and climate change
- Information and training systems for the environment and climate change
- Perceptions, practices and strategies with respect to the environment and territory
- Indigenous, scientific and experiential knowledge, circulation of different kinds of knowledge