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Travel grants for students!

Are you passionate about participatory research and disability? Do you dream of immersing yourself in an international knowledge-sharing environment? Then don’t miss this unique opportunity!

As part of the Entretiens Jacques Cartier (EJC), Société Inclusive, in collaboration with its French partner Fedrha (Fédération pour la recherche sur le handicap et l’autonomie), is organizing a symposium entitled “Participatory research and disability: France-Quebec dialogue” to be held on October 11, 2023 in Lyon, France. Discover the program

To support and encourage the participation of Quebec students, Société Inclusive and REPAR are offering 10 bursaries worth between $700 and $1,000 to cover travel expenses and take part in the poster competition.

What you can expect:

A day of fascinating discussions with renowned researchers.
The opportunity to present a poster on a participatory research project focusing on inclusion and accessibility at the YEC conference, with a chance to win a prize.
In addition to the colloquium, the chance to take part in the Fedrha scientific day on October 10, focusing on “Visual disability and social participation: the contribution of research”.

Find out more about conditions and eligibility.

Taking part in this symposium can enrich your academic career and open doors for you within the international network. It’s also a valuable opportunity to contribute to.