The theoretical foundations of our project are based on the critical and comprehensive currents of the social sciences. Among the different methods used, we highlight the genealogical method because it allows us to understand the socio-historical processes that have made possible and shape the different phenomena under study, and ethnography, which enables us to account for the social reality in which the protagonists of our work live. An in-depth knowledge of the processes and collectives is essential in order to intervene and improve their living conditions and social cohesion. Understanding the historical development in the construction of social reality is essential if we want to understand and transform it. Along these lines, our work philosophy incorporates the gender perspective, discourse analysis, the study of hegemony/subalternity and normality/abnormality processes, community processes, stigmatisation dynamics and the analysis of contextual factors.