Diversité urbaine

Managing editor(s): Tania Saba (Directrice)

Journal preceded by Les Cahiers du Gres


The journal Diversité urbaine was created in 2000 within the Groupe de Recherche Divesité Urbaine (GRDU). Since 2019, it has been led by Tania Saba, founder and holder of the BMO Chair in Diversity and Governance.

Diversité urbaine aims to foster original thinking on diversity management and governance issues. It has a multidisciplinary and intersectional vocation. It has a multidisciplinary and intersectional vocation. By publishing empirical research form the social and human sciences, Diversité urbaine aims to stimulate the sharing of knowledge between researchers, public decision-makers and various stakeholders interested in a better understanding of the dynamics of diversity in our contemporary societies, particularly in the world of workin and training.

The published articles pay particular attention to issues of equity, diversity and inclusion at the level of both individuals and organization, in Quebec and in the rest of the world. The review is part of the context of awareness of the importance of equal rights and the fight against discrimination and ineqalities. Diversité urbaine is predominantly French-speaking knowledge dissemination platform that accept article proposals in English.





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Back issues (24 issues)

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Editorial policy and ethics

Information for contributors

Submission procedure

  • Manuscripts may be submitted at any time to the following email address: diversite-urbaine@umontreal.ca
  • In the context of a call for papers, the following procedure will be followed:
    • A submission proposal should be sent to the journal
    • A notification of acceptance will be sent to you afterwards
    • The final manuscript must be submitted according to the scheduled date

Review procedure for all manuscripts

  • If the journal team deems the article eligible for the review process, the text is submitted anonymously to two reviewers with expertise in the field.

  • Selected articles must be revised in light of the reviewers' comments. The author should send a short letter to the journal team (along with the revised article) explaining how he or she has responded to all of these comments. 

  • The journal team reserves the right to make editorial corrections.

Editorial board


Tania Saba

Assistants to the Editors

Anne Fleischman and Myriam Bernet



Sébastien Arcand
HEC Montréal

Felix Ballesteros Leiva
Université Laval

Catherine Beaudry
Université du Québec à Rimouski

Gaëlle Cachat-Rosset
Université Laval

Marie-Thérèse Chicha
Université de Montréal

Pénélope Codello
HEC Montréal

Marie-Ève Dufour
Université Laval

Diane Gagné
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

Émilie Genin
Université de Montréal

Fasal Kanouté
Université de Montréal

Géraldine Mossière
Université de Montréal

Constance Perrin-Joly
La Sorbonne/IRIS

Maryse Potvin
Université du Québec à Montréal

Sylvie Saint-Onge
HEC Montréal