Calls for proposals

Inclusive Society Funding Opportunity 22-23

Update November 2022

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The Inclusive Society Partnership Research Program is a funding opportunity. It will support collaborative research projects for up to $35,000.

The program will support innovative projects that aim to:

• produce concrete changes in the lives of people with disabilities

• support the transformation of associated ecosystems (caregivers, community organizations, public agencies)

• implement solutions to reduce the environmental and social barriers that people with disabilities face in their daily activities.

The principal partner must be a non-profit organization (NPO) that has a disability-related mission and a charitable number (e.g., a community-based organization). The research team submitting a project proposal includes two principal investigators, each representing a different scientific sector. The proposed project must cover at least two of the following three scientific sectors: Nature and Technology; Health; and Society and Culture.

*Researchers, as defined by the Fonds de Recherche du Québec. Definition

Interested in participating? Follow the steps below:

  1. Download the complete application kit or download each document individually
  2. Submit your application before January 31st 2023, 5:00 pm.

The Inclusive Society Partnership Research Program is funded thanks to the support of the Mirella & Lino Saputo Foundation.

Participants who intend to submit a proposal can benefit from the help of an intersectoral collaboration agent to connect with other researchers or partners. Do not hesitate to contact us if needed at info@societeinclusive.ca.

The results would be announced at the end of March 2023.

Program in video (in french)

 

Some definitions

Intersectorality: A research and collaboration approach that brings together researchers from two or more disciplines or research practices on a common research object, problem, issue, method or question, in order to shed new light on common or shared issues.

Researchers as defined by the Fonds de Recherche du Québec. Definition p.5


Documents to download

Partnership Research Program

Application Form

Evaluation Grid

Complete application kit