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The Relat’Health project (Pour une approche relationnelle des effets de lieu sur les inégalités de santé à Paris et à Montréal) aims to analyse the accessibility of urban resources by not only considering their geographical distribution but also different social groups’ abilities to move around within and appropriate their space. Data from the ISIS and RECORD (Paris) projects will enable the team to renew social inequalities in urban resource access analyses and to see in what way these social inequalities contribute to explaining social inequalities in health.

Spearheaded by ISIS collaborator Julie Vallée (Geographer, CNRS/UMR Géographie-Cités, France), this project will be financed as of June 2015 for a duration of 3 years by the Université Paris Sorbonne Cités.

More information on Relat’health can be found here.


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