Living in Society: Culture, Plurality, Governance and Equity
The Université de Sherbrooke is a people-centred, welcoming, and inclusive university. Equity, diversity, and inclusion are part of our core values. So naturally over time we have built research teams composed of individuals with unique experience.
OBJECTIVE: Ensure equity in public services and in living and working environments.
Grouping these individuals from various backgrounds establishes a powerful cross-cutting view of the most complex challenges of our time. Additionally, their rich, varied experience is contributing to achieving the highest standards of excellence.
In doing so, we are also making an institutional commitment. Togetherness and goodwill are involved in a large number of research efforts aiming to help populations better welcome the affirmation of different identities, value sociocultural diversity, and ensure equity in living and work environments, as well as within public services.
White Paper - Togetherness
To learn more about projects realized by this theme, consult the White Paper - Togetherness. It presents their research specialties, current projects as well as reflections on current challenges and issues.
- Visit the project page
- Download the White Paper (in French)
Cahiers du vivre ensemble (notebooks on living together)
Discover the scope and vitality of the UdeS’s research on this theme, whether through popularized presentations of research projects, opinion texts, ideas, feedback, real-world applications, or interviews.
- Visit the project’s explanatory page
- Take a look at the Summer 2022 edition - Vivre ensemble en temps de pandémie (in French)
If you want to be a part of a research team for your master’s or PhD project or are considering finding a program of studies that will enable you to make an impact on cultures, plurality, governance, and equity, we provide a number of interesting options!