New EADI Webinar: Rights and Accountability in ‘Making’ and ‘Shaping’ Social Protection, 28 February 1:00pm CET

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28 Feb 2020

In this webinar "Linking social rights to active citizenship for the most vulnerable: the role of rights and accountability in the ‘making’ and ‘shaping’ of social protection?", Rachel Sabates-Wheeler will discuss a conceptual framework she has developed through which citizens can be engaged and stimulated to make rights-based claims for social protection entitlements.

Bridge 47 - EADI Webinar on Educational Partnerships and Knowledge Creation, 10 February 14:00 CET

Read more: Bridge 47 - EADI Webinar on Educational Partnerships and Knowledge Creation, 10 February 14:00 CET (external link)
10 Feb 2020

Are you working in the area of Global Citizenship Education? Do you think that education can change the world around you for the better? If your answer is yes, don't miss our webinar with the researcher-activist Ms. La Salete Coelho from the University of Porto and from the Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo, to question and re-imagine collaboration and knowledge creation. She will illustrate her reasoning on the example of the Sinergias ED Community, which aims to consolidate the dialogue between action and research in Development Education and GCE, researchers, practitioners and agents of intervention in the field, and Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). Register here

New EADI Webinar: This land is your land, this land is my land? 30 January, 3:00pm CET

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30 Jan 2020

In this webinar, Sylvia Kay and Attila Szocs will discuss their research and activism on land grabbing, with a particular focus on Romania, and the implications for political struggles over land and territories.

New on our blog: Empowering African Universities to have an impact

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27 Jan 2020

By Liisa Laakso   | EADI/ISS Blog Series

Discussions on the impact of higher education and research have increased, together with the rise of strategic thinking in the management of universities during the last decade. Governments, taxpayers and private funders want to know which benefits they get from universities. Academic Institutions, in turn, want to prove how their work is beneficial to society in multiple ways. This tells us much about the global management culture in public services – and about a new pressure against the academic authority and standing of universities.

Energy Supply for Healthcare Facilities in Ghana: Announcing the EnerSHelF website

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23 Jan 2020

We are pleased to announce the launch of the website of the EnerSHelF project. This is an interdisciplinary German-Ghanaian project of political economists, engineers and partners from the private renewable energies sector. EnerSHelF deals with the sustainable and reliable energy supply for healthcare facilities in Ghana, and EADI is involved in the project as transfer and dissemination partner.

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