Expanding the sciences in epistemological turns from the humanities in territories, oriented by the Global South, in diasporic transits. The production of knowledge and sciences from a cosmoperception of corporeity as a means of change for a society that recognizes the exchanges of knowledge in confluence And to achieve the purposes of researching, training and communicating, the Iyaleta Research Association constitutes lines of research having in transversality the intersection for institutional scientific production and development.
Inequalities and Climate Change+
The climate transition is social and spatial, it moves us through theoretical, technical and technological challenges to reach research that recognizes the ethnic-racial, gender, social and generational dimensions at regional, territorial, community and bodily scales impacted by climate change. The line of study has the concept of “socio-spatial analysis” and seeks, at the intersection of forms and structures, policies that eliminate from decarbonization actions the inequalities of the Global carbonization cycles. Members: Andrêa Ferreira (Doctor in Public Health), Diosmar Filho (Master in Geography) and Emanuelle Góes (Doctor in Public Health).
Equity and Gender Justice+
Gender inequalities cause injustices and disadvantages for women, girls and dissident bodies. However, gender is not an isolated category, but an interactive one that acts at the intersection with other structural markers such as race, class and generation and situational according to the contexts in which women and girls are inserted. The line of study proposes an “intersectional lens” on the dynamics of inequalities so that public policies and human rights reach everyone with justice. Members: Andrêa Ferreira (Doctor in Public Health), Diosmar Filho (Master in Geography) and Emanuelle Góes (Doctor in Public Health).
Segregation, Housing and Health+
The urban space segregates territories and bodies, with the re-production of ethnic-racial, gender, generational and social inequalities. This excluding and deeply racialized configuration of space determines access to services, land and decent housing, impacting the health and food conditions of populations. The line of study has in the category "residential segregation" the analytical form that aims to contribute to public policies that eliminate inequities in health. Members: Andrêa Ferreira (Doctor in Public Health), Diosmar Filho (Master in Geography) and Emanuelle Góes (Doctor in Public Health).