UMontréal launches research centre focused on EDI, decolonization

The Université de Montréal has launched a research centre focused on equity, diversity, inclusion, and decolonization. The Centre de recherche interdisciplinaire sur la justice intersectionnelle, la décolonisation et l’équité (CRI-JaDE) focuses on bringing researchers, specialists, and students together to work on research and mobilize knowledge. CRI-JaDE researchers will focus on topics related to resilience, exclusion, and oppression of Indigenous peoples and equity-deserving groups; practices that lead to EDI and decolonization; and using interdisciplinarity to find diverse approaches and solutions to issues. The centre will also collaborate with institutional, government, and community partners to support knowledge mobilization. UMontréal Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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