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The Collège des Chaires de recherche sur le monde francophone

The Collège des chaires sur le monde francophone (CCRMF) brings together 10 chairs whose research program focuses on a wide range of issues in the Francophone world, such as health, law, cultural transformations, heritage, immigration and international relations.

The Collège des chaires de recherche sur le monde francophone (CCRMF) is an initiative of the Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation. Created in 2019, its mission is to renew and breathe life into the Research Chairs in Canadian Francophonie program, that existed from 2004 to 2019. Today, the CCRMF combines 10 chairs and also boasts the first Senghor chair at the University. The CCRMF promotes research initiatives and the dissemination of knowledge about the Francophonie. It also helps implement collaborative projects between researchers and Francophone communities in minority settings and promotes projects with partner universities in Canada and abroad.

Francophone Mobility Chairs

As part of the Chaires de recherche sur le monde francophone initiative, the University of Ottawa has created the Francophone Mobility Chairs program to support international researchers who would like to spend time at the University of Ottawa.
Learn more about the Francophone Mobility Chairs

Research activities

The CCRMF is open to extensive collaboration on projects involving the French-speaking world or, more broadly, research in French. The research activities aim to encourage and promote French-language scholarship.

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News and activities

Members of the Chaires Senghor network group at the University of Ottawa for the scientific conference on Science in French: Challenges, Dissemination, Collaborations and Commitments.

The University of Ottawa and the members of the Réseau International des Chaire…

The University of Ottawa is proud to announce its commitments to the Réseau international des Chaires Senghor de la Francophonie.
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uOttawa presents a brief to the Quebec government

The University of Ottawa invites the Quebec government to strengthen ties between the province and Francophone institutions by focusing on three key a…
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Mobilizing Indigenous and Francophone communities through research

Professors Wendy Gifford and François Larocque have won the Knowledge Mobilization (KMb) Excellence Award for 2020-2021.

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