CfP for Special Issue Proposal: ‘Development Challenges in Myanmar’

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15 May 2018

Myanmar faces multifaceted, complex and intertwined development challenges that cannot be tackled one by one. The EADI Global Asia Working Group will propose a special issue on ‘Development Challenges in Myanmar’ to be submitted to the European Journal of Development Research.

Save the date! Invitation to EADI Directors’ Meeting on 11 and 12 October in Vienna

11 Oct 2018

EADI is holding its annual Directors’ Meeting on 11 and 12 October in Vienna. The event is kindly hosted by the Austrian Foundation for Development Research ÖFSE. The focus of this years’ meeting will be on the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, combined with a public event on the EU-Africa relations organised. The EADI Directors’ Meeting 2018 will once more connect research institutes for more effective co-operation by sharing ideas, identifying common problems, discussing new trends. The key is networking. In Europe, there is no better occasion for institute directors to meet, exchange and discuss.

EADI Roundtable: Colonial legacies and development studies: contesting discourses and narratives

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28 Jun 2018

Inequalities are increasing globally. Dissecting the social, economic and environmental dimensions of these inequalities reveals how disparities of income and wealth, of access to resources, of limitations to free speech and free movement continue to be shaped by (post-)colonial power relations, Western narratives of progress and their entanglements with (white) idea(l)s of modernity, civilization and development.

EJDR Early Careers Initiative

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23 May 2018

The European Journal of Development Research (EJDR) recognises the need to provide a forum for the publication of original and high-quality research by individuals that are early in their research career. By ‘early’ we intend up to 5 years post-doctorate or post-masters (detailed eligibility criteria are further below).

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