Situated at the crossroads of ethical questions on research and intervention practices in the context of crises, the GIPS project aims to develop a feminist, transnational, and decolonial partnership between Canada (Québec) and Lebanon.
It brings together researchers, students, social and community workers, as well as migrant people to work in solidarity with people facing (hyper)precarious living situations.
Document the migration of women in precarious life situations in Lebanon and Canada (Québec)
Explore the strategies put in place by the partner organizations and migrant women in the context of (im)mobilities and precarious lives
Document the ethical research and intervention practices with migrant women facing precarious life situations in the context of multiple crises
Bring together scientific, professional, and experiential knowledge to co-create intervention and research tools