Department of Law and Legal Studies Projects and Initiatives

Centre for Conflict Education and Research (CCER)
CCER is a focal point for practitioners, researchers, faculty and students to collaborate on activities that  advance the field of conflict prevention and resolution. The work of CCER is focused on these areas of research: professional development, conflict services, mentoring and life-long learning.

Criminalization and Punishment Education Project (CPEP)
CPEP aims to bring students and professors from Carleton University and the University of Ottawa together to identify key issues to be the focus of criminological inquiry, develop collaborative research projects, as well as plan and carry-out related public education initiatives.

Gender Equality Measurement (GEM)
The Gender Equality Measurement project is a research network that was initiated in 2011. It connects feminist scholars at Carleton University with gender equality consultants, policy makers, and civil society organizations within Canada and internationally.