List of EADI Members by Country
EADI’s membership consists of organisations and natural persons (professionals, students).
Institutional and Associate Members
Members in Netherlands
The African Studies Centre is an independent scientific institute that undertakes social-science research on Africa and aims to promote a better understanding and insight into historical, current and future social developments in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The institute is located in the Pieter de la Court Building of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Leiden.
1. To promote and undertake scientific research on Sub-Saharan Africa, particularly in the field of the social sciences and humanities; 2. To function as a national centre in the field of African studies and to contribute to the education and teaching in these sciences; and 3. To promote the dissemination of knowledge and an understanding of African societies in the wider public sphere.
CIDIN is an interdisciplinary academic institute addressing issues of inequality, poverty, development and empowerment.
While valuing strong ties with academic institutes worldwide, Northern and Southern civil society organizations and bi- and multilateral donor agencies, CIDIN maintains its academic and institutional independence.
Maastricht University (UM), the most international university in the Netherlands, stands out for its innovative approach to learning and international outlook. With almost 16,000 students and 4,000 staff, UM offers a wide choice of academic programmes, all of which are designed to bring out the best in its students.
IHS is an international centre of excellence associated with the Erasmus University Rotterdam and operating on a global scale that offers specialized post graduate education, training, advisory services and applied research in the fields of urban management, housing and urban environment with the mission to develop human and institutional capacities to reduce poverty and improve the quality of life in cities.
It is our mission to play an internationally inspiring role in research and academic discovery of sustainable social and economic development, and governance of cities and regions.
The University of Twente is the place where talent development is maximized. Students and staff are the focus at the University of Twente. Together, 3,300 researchers and professionals work on pioneering research, relevant innovations and inspiring education for more than 9,000 students.
The University of Twente has a prospering campus, an ecosystem for hundreds of spin-off companies. Entrepreneurship is in our genes. Approximately 100 (student) companies are located on campus. In addition, THE UT has already produced more than 800 successful spin-off businesses. Kennispark Twente stimulates and facilitates starting entrepreneurs.
The mission of CERES focuses on resource problematics, in which many development problems either find their origin. Resources are not only natural but also human, including capital and knowledge; in fact, CERES' main thrust is the interaction between human and natural resources. Its core research question focuses on the processes and principles underlying perception, access, control and management of those resources in developing countries, and their implications for development. Its problem orientation indicates a multidisciplinary and comparative approach, using a variety of paradigms and a multilevel methodology, ranging from case studies to global surveys.
UNU-MERIT is a research and training centre of United Nations University (UNU). UNU is an international community of scholars engaged in research, postgraduate training and the dissemination of knowledge aimed at resolving the pressing global problems of human survival, development and welfare. UNU-MERIT was formally established on following the integration of the former UNU- Institute for New Technologies (INTECH) in Maastricht and the Maastricht Economic Research Institute on Innovation and Technology, MERIT. UNU-MERIT is located at, and works in close collaboration with the University of Maastricht, the Netherlands
- Austria (4)
- Belgium (5)
- Croatia (1)
- Czech Republic (2)
- Denmark (4)
- Finland (5)
- France (7)
- Germany (18)
- Greece (1)
- Hungary (2)
- Ireland (3)
- Italy (5)
- Luxembourg (0)
- Malta (2)
- Netherlands (14)
- Norway (8)
- Poland (1)
- Portugal (2)
- Romania (3)
- Serbia (1)
- Slovenia (2)
- Spain (8)
- Sweden (5)
- Switzerland (5)
- Turkey (1)
- United Kingdom (17)
Total number of members: 126