This section is a list of VESPA’s university and associative
collaborators, and inter-university and international networks and
The VESPA team collaborates with many other local and
international research groups. These collaborations are in some cases ad
hoc, and in others institutional.
Julie-Anne Boudreau being a member of the Editorial board, the collaborations are variable. One of them is the conferences program: Here is a link to watch the videos.
CITY was an important collaborator during many comparative research projects on metropolitan governance and urban infrastructures.
EAMAU, the African school of architecture and urbanism, was a partner in international development with Togo for the doctoral scholarship granted to Antoine Noubouwo by the AUF.
Groupe d’études sur l’Ethnicité, le Racisme, les Migrations et l’Exclusion Institut de Sociologie,
Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
The ULB research group collaborated on a comparative study between two precarious neighbourhoods in Montreal and Brussels.
VESPA is a member of Domaine 5.
VESPA is a founding member of MéSo and contributes with its research on mobility.
VESPA is a member of Odena, a community-university alliance, and contributes with its research on urban Aboriginal issues.
VESPA is a founding member of RECIM, an international research network that brings together students and scholars from Mexico, the United States and Canada.
VESPA and SDIN have collaborated on several research projects since
2007 through an inter-institutional agreement between the NISR and the
VESPA has participated in the Transculture Project by organizing colloquiums and submitting publications.
Since its inception in 2006, VESPA has been a member of the VRM network.