Collaborations and Partnerships

Unlocking the Power of Collaboration


Collaborations and Partnerships at The International Centre for Educational Research and Practice (iCERP):


At iCERP, we recognize the critical role that collaborations and partnerships play in achieving our mission of advancing public-benefit activities in adult education, research, and technological development. Our commitment to fostering impactful collaborations has led to engaging with various organizations, educational institutions, and industry partners. These partnerships contribute significantly to the success and sustainability of our initiatives.


I.Educational Institutions Collaboration Program (EICP):

    • Description: iCERP collaborates with a network of universities, colleges, and vocational institutions globally through the EICP. This program aims to share knowledge, expertise, and resources to enhance the quality of adult education and research.
    • Importance: By collaborating with educational institutions, iCERP gains access to diverse perspectives, research capabilities, and a broader pool of educators, enriching our programs and initiatives.

II.Industry Partnership for Tech-Enhanced Learning (IPTEL):

    • Description: IPTEL focuses on collaborations with technology companies and industry experts to integrate innovative technologies into adult education programs. By partnering with industry leaders, iCERP ensures that its technological initiatives align with current industry needs and trends.
    • Importance: Industry partnerships facilitate the development of cutting-edge educational technologies and ensure that adult learners are equipped with skills relevant to the evolving job market.

III.NGO Alliance for Lifelong Learning (NALL):

    • Description: iCERP collaborates with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) dedicated to lifelong learning through NALL. This alliance aims to combine efforts and resources to address societal challenges and promote accessible education for all.
    • Importance: Collaborating with NGOs enhances iCERP’s outreach and impact, allowing us to collectively address educational inequalities and contribute to positive social change.

IV.International Research Consortium (IRC):

    • Description: IRC brings together researchers and scholars from diverse geographical locations to collaborate on research projects related to adult education. This consortium facilitates the exchange of ideas, methodologies, and findings.
    • Importance: International collaborations in research broaden the scope of iCERP’s initiatives, providing a global perspective and fostering cross-cultural understanding in adult education.

V.Governmental Partnerships for Policy Advocacy (GPPA):

    • Description: iCERP collaborates with government bodies and policymakers to advocate for policies that support adult education and lifelong learning. Through GPPA, iCERP actively contributes to shaping educational policies at local and national levels.
    • Importance: Government partnerships are crucial for influencing systemic changes in education, ensuring that policies align with the needs of adult learners and support the objectives of iCERP.

VI.Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiatives:

    • Description: iCERP engages in partnerships with corporations through CSR initiatives. These collaborations focus on shared values and goals, promoting social responsibility through contributions to adult education, research, and technological development.
    • Importance: Corporate partnerships provide additional resources, funding, and expertise, allowing iCERP to expand its reach and impact in addressing societal challenges related to adult education.

Through these collaborations and partnerships, iCERP maximizes its effectiveness and extends its influence, emphasizing the importance of collective efforts in achieving our public-benefit objectives. Together with our partners, we strive to create a lasting impact on adult education and contribute to the development of a knowledge-driven and inclusive society.

Aivars Lasmanis

Chairman of the Board, The International Centre for Educational Research and Practice (iCERP)