Partners

EADI is a member of:

ACUNS | Academic Council on the United Nations System

The Academic Council on the United Nations System exists to stimulate, support, and disseminate research, analysis on the United Nations, multilateralism, and international organization. ACUNS also promotes teaching on these topics, as well as dialogue and mutual understanding across and between the academic and practitioner communities.

ACUNS website

EARN | Europe-Africa Policy Research Network

EARN is a network of African and European Policy Research Institutes, aiming to contribute to the EU-Africa Policy Dialogue. EARN intends to bring added value on pooling and fostering policy research capacities, dialogue, information and partnership between European and African non-governmental research institutions on issues relating to EU-Africa relations.

EARN website

EUA | European University Association

With more than 850 members in 47 countries (individual universities + associations and networks of higher education institutions), EUA is the largest and most comprehensive organisation representing universities in Europe.

EUA website

Europe's World

Europe’s World is produced in association with some over 100 leading European think tanks and academic institutions. Its aim is to give readers direct access to the latest in policy thinking across the EU, and encourage visitors to submit their own reports and comment on any of the contributions featured on the website.

Europe's World website

INQAAHE | International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education

The International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE) is a world-wide association of over 200 organisations active in the theory and practice of quality assurance in higher education. The great majority of its members are quality assurance agencies that operate in many different ways, although the Network also welcomes (as associate members) other organisations that have an interest in QA in HE.

INQAAHE website

ISSC | International Social Science Council

The International Social Science Council (ISSC) is an international non-profit-making scientific organisation with headquarters at UNESCO House in Paris. It is the primary international body representing the social and behavioural sciences at a global level.

The Council's role is to advance the practice and use of the social and behavioural sciences in all parts of the world, and to ensure their global representation.

ISSC website

Society for International Development

SID International website

SID Europe website