GRIP publishes the new winners of the 2024 call for projects.

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Here are the new GRIP project leaders for this year!

Participatory formulation of a research project on health promotion strategies in a monolingual aboriginal context in the midst of a mining development project.

This research project proposes to respond to the gaps in the health attention of the E’ñapa people, probably aggravated by the mining exploitation of the Orinoco Mining Arc project launched in February 2016 in Venezuela. By formulating a research program enabling health promotion strategies to be adapted to the E’ñapa context, this project aims to recognize the traditional specificities of this people while taking into account exposure to risks linked to the development dynamics of exogenous economic activities .

Principal investigator : Natalia Cáceres Arandia, linguiste et postdoctorante, Jeyni González Tabarez, anthropologue et doctorante du programme d’Études du Discours de l’Université Centrale du Venezuela et Victor Conejero et Adrián Blanco représentants de l’Association Assemblée Peuple E’ñapa (ASOCAPE).

Partner institutions: SedyL, Institut Vénézuélien de Recherche Scientifique (IVIC) et ASOCAPE

Budget: 9 960 eur

Corporations, standards and territories in globalization: a critical examination of the CSR movement based on experiences in the South

This research project is the continuation of a first phase funded by GRIP in 2022. The aim of this new proposal is twofold: 1) to deepen the analysis of the results obtained in the project “Companies, standards and territories in globalisation: a critical examination of the CSR movement based on experiences from the South” – phase 1 and 2) to open up new avenues for reflection and action, drawing on cooperation and networking arrangements between universities at international level.

Principal Investigators: Petia Koleva, Amel Ben Rhouma et Jouhaina Gherib

Partner institutions: LADYSS, CEDAG et Université de la Manouba – Tunisie

Budget: 15 000 eur

‘Going for Broke?’ A Study of Credit Boom, Risk and Debt-Financed (il)legal Migration in Vietnam

This research project proposes an original, multi-sited socio-economic study of credit risk in two provinces of central Vietnam, Nghe An and Ha Tinh, from which regular migrants to North-East Asia and irregular migrants to Europe depart, and two European host countries for Vietnamese irregular migrants: Germany and the UK. Credit risk is the conceptual device that highlights the co-constitutive nature of financialization and debt-financed migration.

Principal investigator: Nicolas Lainez

Budget: 14 970 eur

History of the global: an entry through the sensitive - international symposium
This international symposium follows on from a seminar and a workshop supported by GRIP since 2022.
The international symposium will take place in December 2024. It will focus first and foremost on the past in terms of long-term dynamics.  The aim is to mobilize specialist historians as well as non-specialist colleagues, of different status and generation, who wish to contribute to an understanding of emotions and sensorialities based on a variety of objects and terrains, through crossed and multiscalar approaches.
The symposium will be the subject of an international call for papers via Calenda. It will also be supported by the presence of French and international colleagues renowned for their work on these issues.
Principal investigator: Didier Nativel et Quentin Deluermoz

Partner institutions: CESSMA et ICT

Budget: 5000 eur

Religious dynamics in Africa - DYNRELAF

This proposal is part of the DYNRELAF phase 1 project funded in 2023 by GRIP. It aims to complete the work in progress by organizing a meeting in Paris with all the partners involved in order to work on a collective publication of a special issue of the Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions or the Journal of Religion in Africa.

Principal investiagtor: Marc Antoine Pérouse de Montclos

Partner institutions: CEPED et ZMO (Berlin), Université de Mainz, Université protestante de Bruxelles, Université de Gand, Université de Belfast.

Budget: 5 000 eur

Territories crossed between global and local.TETRAGLOB: Multi-sited approaches to migration and micro-spaces of work for a decentering of urban knowledge
The aim of this research project is to produce a multi-sited body of knowledge on the spaces in which people from migrant backgrounds anchor themselves in the city through work. This focus on one type of space, explored in several geographical and political contexts, at several points in people’s migratory itineraries, enables us to formulate three areas of questioning that we wish to grasp empirically:
The question of the lived experiences and urban roots of migrants.
The political and administrative treatment of these urban spaces.
What are the modalities of post-colonial decentralization of knowledge about the urban environment and migration?
Principal investigators:Jean Baptiste Lanne et Amandine Spire

Partner institutions: CESSMA et CEPED

Budget: 15 000 eur

Cancer and mobility: a global health issue

This multidisciplinary and intersectoral study day will feature the Beninese women’s theater troupe “J’aime Santé” on women’s cancers, and will mobilize researchers (including young researchers) and healthcare professionals from Benin, Mali and France, to address the issue of the mobility of people, knowledge and objects in oncology in West Africa.

Principal investigator: Clémence Schantz et Freddy Gnagnon

Partner institutions: CEPED et CNHU Benin

Budget: 10 000 eur


Summer school in global history

Support for the organization of the Global History Summer School in Sandjberg (Denmark) for the second year running. The project aims to develop student mobility and academic collaboration between global history specialists from the Circle U and The Guild networks of six leading European universities. The aim is to create a network of excellence of junior and senior researchers in global history for doctoral students in history, with a view to interdisciplinary debates in the social sciences on a European scale. And beyond, since a collaboration with the African Research Universities Alliance aims to invite African doctoral students enrolled at partner universities.

Principal investigator: Claire Tran et Sophie Coeuré

Partner institutions: CESSMA et Aarhus University

Budget: 4 000 eur

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