European & ANR Projects
The Foundation takes part in different projects backed by the French National Research Agency (ANR) as well as European projects (H2020)
TROC is a multidisciplinary action-research aiming to study the issues and dynamics of the social reintegration brakes and levers of ITC/ODSR in open custody.
ARCHIVAL focuses on valuing multimedia archives. Its main goal is to promote collaboration between researchers from Information and Communication Sciences and IT who work on the development of archives and the sharing of knowledge on arts, culture, and patrimony.
Light4Deaf is a hospital-university research project aiming at obtaining a better understanding of Usher syndrome, a rare genetic disease that causes both deafness and vision disorders.
Sortir de la Violence (SoV) studies the motives of radical and violent mobilisation and the processes to exit armed combat contexts.
Biolographes studies the impact of biological knowledge on 19th century French literature.
Cactus examines the diverse forms of theory of society, sociology and social critical theory in France and Germany.
- Cactus (ANR-DFG) (finished in 2016)
The EU research project PAVE (Preventing and Addressing Violent Extremism through Community Resilience in the Balkans and MENA) aims to tackle the global issue of radicalisation by examining its root causes and driving factors.
Cascade aims at de-compartmentalising research on the Caucasus by exploring linkages between societal challenges, political developments and conflicts and investigating the interactions between the North and South Caucasus, as well as between the Caucasus and its wider neighbourhood.
Migrom explores and analyses experiences, motivations and ambitions of Romanian Roma immigrating to Western Europe
EU-STRAT is an international research project that studies the relationship between the European Union and the countries of Eastern Europe.
The ITEN UNESCO Chair is based on interdisciplinary research, training and experimentation around new digital forms of mediation, transmission and publishing. It specialises in the field of new media and digital humanities.
The Bernard Maris Chair is run by FMSH in conjunction with the ALLISS science & society cooperation platform and aims to form links between academic knowledge and knowledge gained from action and experience, by combining research, teaching and media coverage.