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Forthcoming Events

Next EADI General Conference announced: "Solidarity, Peace, and Social Justice", 29 June - 2 July 2020

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29 Jun 2020

EADI and the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) announce the 16th EADI General Conference, which will be held in The Hague (Netherlands) from Monday 29 June to Thursday 2 July 2020. The conference will be hosted by the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), one of Europe’s oldest and largest centres for research and education in the field of for development studies. The conference will be combined with the Development Dialogue, the annual European conference of PhD candidates working in development studies.

Past Events

New EADI Webinar: Mixed Method Research on Poverty, Inequality and Economic Development

22 Nov 2018

This webinar of the EADI Working Group on “Multi-Dimensional Poverty and Poverty Dynamics" will take place on 13 December 2019 at 2 pm CET. It focuses on the use of mixed methods approaches within development research on poverty, inequality, and economic development, as well as on their interactions, and will share the insights from a recent EADI/CROP event

It will start with short presentations from the organisers before engaging listeners in critical discussion of the challenges they face generating and using qualitative and quantitative data in an integrated and interdisciplinary way. Speakers are Laura Camfield, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, Andrew Sumner, Kings College, London and Lucas Schlögl, Kings College, London.

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Getting the Message Right: Research Communciations Workshop 15 and 16 November

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15 Nov 2018

In times of increasing information overload, communicating the right piece of research to the right people has become as important and multifaceted as doing the research itself. This workshop brings together communication experts from member institutes to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, experience and best practice in development research communication.

Reflections on democratization and gendered violence: Colonial histories and continuities. EADI Webinar

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14 Nov 2018

We are happy that Dr Lyn Ossome (Makerere Institute of Social Research, Uganda) will join us to give a talk on 7 December at 3 pm (CET) entitled "Reflections on democratization and gendered violence: Colonial histories and continuities." Lyn Ossome is a Senior Research Fellow at Makerere Institute of Social Research, Uganda. Her research specializations are in feminist political economy, land and agrarian studies and feminist political theory. Her current work deals with questions of social justice through a critical engagement with histories of women in politics.

PEGNET Expert Meeting: Effects of social cash transfers on the different dimensions of poverty, Bonn, 7 November 2018

Read more: PEGNET Expert Meeting: Effects of social cash transfers on the different dimensions of poverty, Bonn, 7 November 2018
07 Nov 2018

Social cash transfers can play an important role for human, economic and socio-political development. For long, they have been seen mainly as an instrument for poverty alleviation. Today, we know that they are also effective in preventing poverty and in tackling other, non-monetary dimensions of poverty (such as, malnutrition, bad health, low education), which in turn helps breaking the intergenerational transmission of poverty. Furthermore, cash transfers encourage low-income households to invest and become economically active and could potentially promote social inclusion, social cohesion, societal and political stability. The question is which types of social cash transfer schemes are most effective in achieving these different effects and under what conditions.

Building a New Partnership between Africa and the EU. Business as usual or a transforming agenda? Public Conference at the EADI Directors’ Meeting in Vienna

Read more: Building a New Partnership between Africa and the EU. Business as usual or a transforming agenda? Public Conference at the EADI Directors’ Meeting in Vienna
15 Oct 2018

The negotiations on a new agreement between the EU and the ACP-Countries (African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States) will start during the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union in the second half of 2018. Considering the economic and geopolitical strategies of China in Africa on the one hand and the international consensus of implementing the Sustainable Development agenda on the other hand demands new political commitments and new strategies in the European relationship with Africa. This conference highlighted the importance of the African European relationship and offered space for discussions, information and facts about economic and political strategies from different perspectives.

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