City, territory and mobility
Collective action, social intervention and political studies
Gender and sexualities
Health, corporeality and sports
Indentities, alterity, and migration studies
Symbolism, education and heritage processes
The Social Participatory Action Research Group (GISAP) combine from a multidisciplinary perspective social applied research and social intervention with participative approaches. Since it was founded in 1995 GISAP has grown in size and interest of research.
Currently GISAP includes 40 member with a very different research interests: