Membership Benefits

Join EADI – a network of 150 renowned institutes in Europe – and play an active role in development research and training. You can join as an organisation or as an individual.

Membership Benefits for Organisations:

Promote your research, disseminate your work

Premium Members:

Contribute to the European debate on development

Premium Members:

Network with European development players

Receive Discounts and Access to EADI Publications

Premium Members:

Benefits for Individual and Student Members

  • Join one of our pan-European, multidisciplinary working groups.
  • Contribute to the EADI General Conferences and receive registration discounts.
  • Stay up to date on the latest project opportunities, studies and updates in European Development Research.
  • Receive a personal login for free online access to the EJDR.

More about Student Membership

Annual Membership Rates

MemberPremium Member
Institution, by turnover:
< € 0.5 million€   250€ 1 000
≤ €   2 million€   500€ 2 000
≤ €   5 million€   750€ 3 000
≤ €  10 million€ 1 000€ 4 000
> €  10 million€ 1 500€ 5 000
Associate€ 1 000+€ 5 000+
Student€    25 
Individual€    65 

Who can become a member?

EADI’s institutional members include:

  • research institutes
  • universities and university departments
  • NGOs and think tanks
  • national scientific associations

EADI’s associate members include:

  • government agencies
  • companies
  • financial organisations

EADI’s individual members are:

  • professionals in development research/training

EADI’s student membership is open to:

  • students of development / international cooperation

You can join EADI if you are based in Europe and are active in development research/training or share our aims.

As an information broker, a platform for networking and a facilitator in building international research projects, EADI is at the forefront of promoting development studies on a European scale.

Networking opportunities at meetings (Directors‘ Meetings and General Conferences) have enabled me to engage with experts and colleagues from a broad range of European countries.

Andy Sumner,
Co-director of the King’s International Development Institute at King’s College London