Social innovation in support of women’s collective entrepreneurship based on the traditional knowledge of Cree women

Co-create with the partner, innovative practices that promote the establishment of collective businesses based on the traditional knowledge of Cree women. Partner: Association des femmes cries d’Eeyou Ischee (CWEIA) Area of intervention: Community vitality and well-being Services: Applied research Year: 2015 Researcher: David Bourdages The project consists of developing and putting into practice a framework…

Perception of the local population regarding the potential development of Pointe-au-Maquereau

The Conseil régional de l’environnement de la Gaspésie et des Îles-de-la-Madeleine wishes to know the opinion of the population of the municipalities of Port-Daniel-Gascons and Chandler regarding the potential development of Pointe-au-Maquereau. Client: Conseil régional de l’environnement de la Gaspésie et des Îles-de-la-Madeleine Area of intervention: Land use and local development Services: Research, Analysis and…

Synergie Gaspésie

Strengthen collaboration between businesses and organizations to make Gaspésie a model region in the circular economy. Partner: RECYC – QUÉBEC Area of intervention: Adaptation to social and climate change Services: Support and accompaniment Year: 2016 Researcher: Étienne Jean-St-Laurent The circular economy: driver of sustainable development The circular economy is a system of production, exchange and…

Portrait of LGBTQ+ people in Gaspésie and Îles-de-la-Madeleine

Compile a portrait of the realities of the LGBTQ+ community of Gaspésie and Îles-de-la-Madeleine and promote their social inclusion and their well-being. Partner: Association LGBT+ Baie-des-Chaleurs Area of intervention: Community vitality and well-being Service: Applied research Year: 2014 Researcher: Laurence Lépine The project was split into two main stages. The first involved meeting with several…

Youth on the move in Senegal’s Saloum Islands: A sociological survey of youth migration in the rural community of Dionewar, Saloum Delta, Senegal

Addressing the poverty of the Saloum Islands by improving the capacity of women’s groups in the villages of Dionewar, Niodior and Falia to adapt to climate changes that are affecting the dynamics of mangrove ecosystems and reducing the production of shellfish and fish.