CIPS is proud to announce that our researchers have received new grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, the Secrétariat du Québec aux relations canadiennes as well as from the Department of National Defence, with a total value of approximately $700,000. Read more about these exciting projects:

Rita Abrahamsen
SSHRC Insight Grant
Global Right, Global White: Transnational Radical Conservatism and South Africa
This project is part of the CIPS World Order Research Programme

Jacqueline Best
SSHRC Insight Grant
Varieties of Ignorance in Economic Policymaking
This project is part of the CIPS World Order Research Programme

Thomas Juneau
SSHRC Partnership Engagement Grant
The COVID-19 pandemic and its implications for the Canadian national security and intelligence community
In partnership with the Canadian Association of Security and Intelligence Studies
The project will study the implications of the pandemic for the intelligence community.
The project is part of the CIPS National Security Policy Network.

Maral Kichian & Christoph Züercher
SSHRC Insight Grant
Out of Fragility – When, How and Why Fragile States Recover
This project is part of the CIPS Fragile States Research Network

Mathieu Landriault – OPSA
1. Department of National Defence – MINDS program
In partnership with the Observatoire des administrations publiques autochtones (OAPA) from École nationale d’administration publique (ÉNAP).
The project will compare the response of civilian and military organisations to the COVID-19 pandemic in different Arctic communities.

2. The Secrétariat du Québec aux relations canadiennes
In partnership with the Observatoire des administrations publiques autochtones (OAPA) from École nationale d’administration publique (ÉNAP).
The project will study the transboundary cooperation in the Eastern part of the North American Arctic, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath.

Roland Paris
SSHRC Insight Grant
Competing Sovereignty Discourses in Contemporary World Politics
This project is part of the CIPS World Order Programme

Ryan Katz-Rosene
SSHRC Insight Grant 
Unravelling the growth-environment paradox: Sustainability discourses for the Anthropocene

Christoph Züercher
Insight Development Grant
From “Women” to “Peace”Understanding Causal Relations in the Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) Agenda
This project is part of the CIPS Fragile States Research Network

Benjamin Zyla
Partnership Development Grant
Peace-building and Local Knowledge Network (PLNK)
This project is part of the CIPS Fragile States Research Network