For research

(2020-2022). DIVERSITY & CHILDHOOD: Changing social attitudes towards gender diversity in children across Europe. Funded by: UE. Ref.: SEP-210551867. Consortium’s partners: University of Girona (coord.), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Çavaria (Belgium), Center d’Estudos Sociais, CES (Portugal), Hátter Society (Hungary), KMOP (Greece), Lambda Warsaw (Poland), National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Rights Association LGL (Lithuania), & Universidad de Ljubljana (Slovenia). PI: José Antonio Langarita (University of Girona).

(2019-2020). SexAFIN-Ciudad Juárez: educación afectivo sexual y reproductiva a través de la investigación-acción (Ref. FSXXXVI-FS03). Financing entity: Fons de Solidaritat de la UAB. (Euros 9,983.07). PI: Diana Marre

(2019). ICREA Academia. Diana Marre received the ICREA Acadèmia award in 2019 for her work on anthropology of reproduction and medical anthropology. This Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies award recognises excellent research carried out by professors in Catalan public universities. The aim of the award is to retain research talent in Catalan universities through 40.000 euros every year for a period of five years to further expand her research activity.

(2018). SexAfín: educació afectivo-sexual i reproductiva a les escoles de primària. Financing entity: Diputación de Barcelona. (Euros 4560,29). Location: Association of Research of Diversity and Social Intervention with AFIN scientific-technical advice.

(2018-2018). Dossier of Analysis of public policies on bullying. Reference: 7441 - Dossier polítiques públiques. Financing entity: Barça Foundation. Location: UAB. (Euros 4000). PI: Beatriz San Román.

(2017-2018). Consolidated Research Group AFIN (GRC) 2017-SGR-1791. AGAUR, Catalan Government. PI: D. Marre, awarded.

(2018-2019). Interdisciplinary Research Network on policies and new reproductive and parental strategies (RED170133). Fund of the International Cooperation Program of the National Commission of Science and Technology (CONICYT), Chile Government (Dollars 30.000). Partners: Birkbeck College, University of London, UK; Brown University, USA; Pontifical Catholic University of Chile; Autonomous University of Barcelona, España; Alberto Hurtado University, Chile; University of Alicante, España; University of Cambridge, UK; University of Diego Portales, Chile; University of Québec in Montréal, Canadá; University of the West of England, UK. PI: Irene Salvo Agoglia (Alberto Hurtado University, Chile).

(2018-2019). DOING RIGHT(S): Innovative tools for professionals working with LGBT families (2017-1-IT02-KA203-037006). Erasmus+ SPHE. (Euros 272.056). Partners: University of Verona (Italy), Institute of Psychology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Poland), Tolerado Association for LGBT People (Poland), Casal Lambda (Spain), the Health and Society Regional Agency of the Emilia Romagna region (Italy), Queen Mary University of London (UK).

(2017-2018). Study of Design of technical resources to formatively evaluate the suitability of families applying for adoption (Public tender exempt resolution N°2380). National Service for Minors (SENAME), Chile Government (Dollars 75.000). Partners:​ America Foundation for Children (FAI) & AFIN Barcelona.

(2016-2019). On parental desires and reproductive and filial rights: interdisciplinary perspectives on reproductive decisions and 'the origins' in assisted reproduction with gamete donation, surrogacy and adoption (CSO2015-64551-C3-1-R). Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. Collaborative project. (Euros 121.000). PI: D. Marre, awarded.

  • Subproyect 1: From birth control to demographic anxiety: communication, secrecy and anonymity in the reproductive technologies of the 21st century. Reference: CSO2015-64551-C3-1-R. Location: UAB. PI: Diana Marre.
  • Subproyect 2: Families, assisted reproduction centers and donors: cross looks. Variations according to family models and anonymity / non-anonymity of the donation. Reference: CSO2015-64551-C3-2-R. Location: UCM. PIs: Ana María Rivas Rivas y Consuelo Álvarez Plaza.
  • Subproyect 3: A new scenario for childhood: attitudes, motivations and availability of the Spanish population towards adoption and fostering. Reference: CSO2015-64551-C3-3-R. Location: UA. PI: María José Rodríguez Jaume.

(2017). EducaSex: Affective-sexual education in elementary schools. Financing entity: Diputación de Barcelona. (Euros 2.718). Location: Association of Research of Diversity and Social Intervention with AFIN scientific-technical advice.

(2015-2016). Men caregivers. Challenges and opportunities to reduce gender inequalities and address the new needs care. Recercaixa (2014ACUP00045 2015-2016). (Euros 78.359,71). PIs: D. Comas D’Argemir & D. Marre, awarded. (*Access to digital materials)

(2015-2016). Emergent Research Group AFIN (GRE 2014 SGR 1149 2015-2016). AGAUR, Catalan Government. (Euros 32.900). PI: D. Marre, awarded.

(2016). Bellànima, space of expression for the eldery (2016). Barcelona Council. (Euros 1.023,82). Association for Research on Diversity and Social Intervention with AFIN scientific-technical advice.  

(2013-2015). Adoptions and fosterages in Spain: tracing challenges, opportunities and problems in social and family lives of children and adolescents. (R+D CSO2012-39593-C02-001 2012-2015). Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. (Euros 41.000). PI: D. Marre, awarded

(2013-2014). FASD (Foetal Alcoholic Syndrome Disorder) in children adopted in Eastern Europe. European Social Fund / AFADA (Association of Aragon Adopted Families). (Euros 21.200). PIs: N. Barcons, S. Frekko, D. Marre, B. San Román, awarded.

(2013-2014). Talk about adoption also when it is difficult: Guide for adoptive familiesFunding entities: Arfacyl, CORA. (Euros 8.000 ). Location: AFIN-UAB. PI: Beatriz San Román.

(2013-2014). Becoming Catalan: Language and ‘Race’ in Immigration and International Adoption in Barcelona. Reed Foundation. (53.000 U$D). PI: Susan Frekko.

(2010-2012). Domestic and International Adoption: Family, Education and Belonging from Multidiscplinar and Comparative Perspectives. (R+D CSO2009- 14763-C03-01 (subprogram SOCI) 2010-2012). Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. (Euros 145.000). PI: D. Marre, awarded.

  • International and National Adoption: Family, education and belonging: interdisciplinary and comparative perspectives (MICINNCSO2009-14763-C03-01 subprogram SOCI). (Euros 136.125). Location: UAB. PI: Diana Marre.
  • New challenges of adoption in Spain: psychological and legal aspects (MICINN CSO2009-14763-C03-02-subprogram SOCI). (Euros 28.100). Location: Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid. PI: Ana Berástegui Pedro-Viejo.
  • The (baby) boom of international adoptions in Spain. A sociological research on adoptive families and their lifestyles (MICINN CSO2009-14763-C03-03-subprogram SOCI). (Euros 24.000). Location: Universidad de Alicante. PI: María José Rodríguez Jaume.

(2010-2011). Thematic network "In the best interest of the child". Financing entity: Ministry of Science and Innovation. Reference: PSI2009-06474-E/PSIC. (Euros 19.000). Location: UPCom. PI: Ana Berástegui Pedro-Viejo.

(2008-2009). The well-being and integration of international adoptees: multidisciplinary perspectives. Financing entity: Ministry of Science and Innovation. Reference: Complementary actions SEJ2007-29469-E/JURI. (Euros 24.000). Location: UPCom. PI: Ana Berástegui Pedro-Viejo.

(2007-2009). International Adoption: family and social integration of children adopted internationally. Interdisciplinary and comparative perspectives. (R+D SEJ2006-15286 2007-2009). Spanish Ministry of Education and Culture (MCYT). (Euros 84.700). PI: D. Marre, awarded.

(2007-2008). Situational analysis of foster care of minor. Financing entity: Institut of Welfare and Family. (Euros 12.000). Location: Headquarters: Children's and Urban World Institute (CIIMU). PIs: Carmen López Matheu, Diana Marre.

(2006-2006). Single mothering: experiences, difficulties and resources. Financing entity: Catalan Institute for Women. Reference: PS-459/06. (Euros 3000). PIs: Diana Marre (CIIMU-UAB), Esther Grau (CRIA).