by Sonja Keller und Katja Bender (Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg, University of Applied Sciences)
This explorative study was commissioned by EADI and conducted between October 2019 and July 2020. It aimed to assess from the perspective of academia facets of cooperation between development research and practice. This included identifying main groups of non-academic actors involved, analyzing motivations as well as enabling or disabling factors, and exploring ethical challenges of research-practice collaboration in development research. See all EADI Policy papers
As part of our engagement in the Bridge 47 Project we were able to develop a massive open online course (MOOC) introducing the concept of Global Citizenship Education (GCE). It covers the basic concepts, the approaches, and the possible applications of GCE. The course is free and open to learners from all over the world with an interest in the topic. It is structured in nine Modules which are convened by academics and practitioners and the coordinators of the Knowledge Exchange Partnerships of Bridge 47.
How do you bring together academics, practitioners, and policymakers to advocate and partner for Global Citizenship Education? This is what Bridge 47 – Building Global Citizenship has been doing since 2018 with partners from all over Europe for a common goal: to promote trans-formative change in society. EADI took the leading role in the work on Knowledge Exchange Partnerships whose results are now presented in this publication.
AvecHélène Roux: Fondée sur l’étude de divers conflits socio-environnementaux (barrages hydroélectriques ; complexes touristiques ; extraction minière ou programmes de conservation), la présentation porte sur le décalage entre les orientations liées au développement provenant « du haut » (les institutions supranationales, les États nationaux) et les aspirations provenant « du bas » (les populations concernées).
Register before 2 May for the early bird fee of our flagship event, the EADI Conference“Solidarity, Peace and Social Justice”, which is held 5-8 July 2021. The conference, hosted by the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) in The Hague, will be held online and features academic panel sessions as well as exciting social and networking sessions.
2021/04 – European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM); German Development Institute, Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE); research paper; Author(s): Christine Hackenesch, Maxiilian Högl, Gabriela Iacobuta et al. ECDPMDIE