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 Chamberland Line My trajectory is atypical on the professional level, since I began an academic career late in life, but the thread I have followed from social activism to community-based research is a coherent one based on my social commitment. Topic: Access to scientific and technological careers: What are the main barriers? What do we know about it? @luttehomophobie
Line Chamberland
Professor, Sexology Department, and Research Chair on Homophobia, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
Line Chamberland is a sociologist and teaches at the Department of Sexology (UQAM). She conducts research on discrimination and social exclusion of sexual and gender minorities, in particular in the workplace and in the education system. She created a research chair on sexual and gender diversity in partnership with community groups, unions and governmental institutions. She currently directs the project Understanding Inclusion and Exclusion of LGBTQ People (UNIE-LGBTQ – SHRRC 2016-2023) which reunites a large multidisciplinary team including researchers and partners from France, Switzerland and Belgium.