The complete description of the projects can be found in the Portuguese version of the site.

Axis 1

-Environmental catastrophes: Vulnerability and socio-environmental reconstruction
-Social and material worlds: Human-environmental commitments
-Environment, risk and catastrophe: Media discourse (undergraduate)
Responsible – MARTA DE ARAUJO PINHEIRO

-Sustainable development and global governance
Responsible – TANIA MARIA DE FREITAS BARROS MACIEL – Retired

-Ecotourism and culture: Building inclusive routes in the parks of the State of Rio de Janeiro
-Research observatory II: Governance, biodiversity, protected areas and public policies
-Public tourism policies and biodiversity conservation: Challenges for the internalization of the CBD in tourism planning
-Public tourism policies in Rio de Janeiro: Critical analysis, challenges and projection of scenarios for the internalization of the commitments of the Convention on Diversity
-Participatory processes for social inclusion in the Tijuca National Park for tourism
-Psychosociology of tourism, subjectivities and sustainability – Green-Star II
-SimParc – Phase 2: SAVA
-Sustainability, governance, social practices and public policies: An integrated analysis in light of sustainable development goals
-Observatory of governance, biodiversity, protected areas and social inclusion – OBSAPIS Program (undergraduate)
-Participative processes for social inclusion in the Tijuca II Favela-Parque National Park (undergraduate)
Responsible – MARTA DE AZEVEDO IRVING

-Green rhizome. Green consumption, environmental marketing and socio-environmental responsibility
Responsible – FREDERICO AUGUSTO TAVARES JUNIOR

Axis 2

-Digital anthropology and sociocultural mediations
– LUPA (undergraduate)
Responsible – MONICA MACHADO CARDOSO

-The Barbarian contemporary wars: Psychosocial violence and ways of confrontation
-Liquid youth and argumentation in network: Dialogue or violence?
-Horto Florestal Community: Action and transformation (undergraduate)
Responsible – MILTON NUNES CAMPOS

-Construction of the sociocultural approach in Brazilian psychology and social psychology: Innovations in historical perspective.
Responsible – REGINA HELENA DE FREITAS CAMPOS

-Memory, territory and occupation in community studies
-Traditional knowledge and occupations: Memory, occupation and local development
-My life as a book (project of innovation with the collaboration of Beatriz Akemi Takeiti)
Responsible – SAMIRA LIMA DA COSTA

-Intercultural practices of transnational migrants in Brazil: Ethnic business and identity negotiations
-The culture of rights without borders: Strengthening the cultural practices of Latin Americans in Rio de Janeiro (undergraduate)
Responsible – MOHAMMED ELHAJJI

School failure and abandonment in regular public education in Rio de Janeiro Metropolitan Region: A psychosociology perspective
Responsible – LUCIENE ALVES MIGUEZ NAIFF

Line 3

-Micro-vector analysis of the impact of national policies for the street population living in Macaé, Rio de Janeiro
Responsible – KATHLEEN TEREZA DA CRUZ

-Micro-vector observatory of public policies and health education
Responsible – EMERSON ELIAS MERHY

-Laboratory of sensitivities and becoming – LSD (undergraduate)
-LETRAS – Laboratory of education, work and health assistance
Responsible – MARIA PAULA CERQUEIRA GOMES

-Traditional medicine, complementary practices and health promotion
Responsible – MARIA CECILIA DE MELLO ET SOUZA – Retired

-Peripheral urban youth and cultural occupation
– Youth (s): Urban art-culture interventions at school (undergraduate)
Responsible – BEATRIZ AKEMI TAKEITI