Research Projects

Presented below are the research projects and networks developed at the Institute of International Relations. These cross-cutting projects tackle themes and issues that traverse IRI’s lines of research and offer an inter-institutional perspective.

In addition to our transversal projects, also available below are the projects and research networks developed by IRI’s faculty within the Graduate Program’s lines of research.

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Espaço Política Externa (Foreign Policy)

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Jean Monnet Network

The present project proposes to, on the one hand, continue the analysis of the crisis management mechanisms and alternatives which can render...

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REBRAPAZ

The Brazilian Research Network on Peace Operations (REBRAPAZ) is an unprecedented initiative in Brazil, by integrating public and private, civilian and military...

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Global Gender and Cultures of Equality (GlobalGRACE)

The GlobalGRACE (Global Gender and Cultures of Equality) project is a research programme funded by the Global Challenge Research Fund (GCRF). The...

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Global South Unit for Mediation (GSUM)

The Global South Unit for Mediation (GSUM) is a research, teaching and learning platform devoted to the production, debate and diffusion of knowledge and...

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Laboratory of Financing and International Cooperation for Development (LACID)

The Laboratory of Financing and International Cooperation for Development (LACID), an initiative of the BRICS Policy Center, aims to analyze practices of global financing...

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IPS Winter School

International Political Sociology (IPS) as a field of study is guided by the understanding that International Relations (IR) benefits from being open...

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Mapping Artistic and Cultural Methodologies of Conflict Transformation in Urban Contexts: Perspectives from Global South

This proposed research project is part of a growing movement to establish the practical and conceptual field of Conflict Resolution and Transformation....

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