List of EADI Members by Country
EADI’s membership consists of organisations and natural persons (professionals, students).
Institutional and Associate Members
Members in Norway
The Centre for Development and the Environment (SUM) was established at the University of Oslo. The University of Oslo was established in 1811 making it Norway's oldest education and research institution. Today the University of Oslo has approx. 30,000 students and 4,600 employees. Within its eight faculties, the University covers a wide range of academic fields while maintaining expertise in very specific areas of interest. Four Nobel Prize winners indicates the quality of the research at the University.
Because of its interdisciplinary mandate, SUM is placed directly under the Board of Directors of the University of Oslo rather than attached to a particular faculty. The Centre has its own Board which includes representatives from four faculties (Social Sciences, Arts, Natural Sciences, and Law) as well as two members from outside the University. More than 50 people are affiliated with the Centre.
The University provides core funding, but most of our activities are externally financed. The Research Council of Norway is the most important single source. Others include NUFU (the Norwegian Universities' Committee for Development Research and Education), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Environment, NORAD, the World Bank, and a number of NGOs.
CROP (Comparative Research Programme on Poverty) was established with a secretariat in Bergen in 1993 in order to promote social science research that theorises and provides understanding of poverty in a global context.
CROP has two institutional sponsors, the University of Bergen (UiB) and the International Social Science Council (ISSC). In 2009 the ISSC signed an agreement with UiB incorporating CROP into the university's academic and administrative environment.
Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (Noragric)
Noragric - Department of International Environment and Development Studies is involved in interdisciplinary research and education in the fields of International Development Studies, International Environmental Studies and International Relations. The department offers Bachelor, Master and PhD programmes in international environment and development studies and international relations. We draw on a range of disciplines such as anthropology, agronomy, ecology, economics, geography, sociology, political science and international relations, and focus on a wide range of issues concerning poverty, livelihoods, food security, agricultural development, gender, property rights, environmental governance, conflict, peace building and post-conflict development from the local to the global level.
NFU works to promote development related research and training in Norway, and to connect the Norwegian development research community. * NFU works to secure and strengthen public support and funding of development research in Norway * NFU Co-operates with the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) in publishing Forum for Development Studies, a biannual journal of development research * NFU Works to facilitate research co-operation between researchers in Norway and in developing countries * NFU decides on the Annual NFU Conference. * NFU Grants the biennial NFU-prize for development research * NFU is an NGO
Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research (NIBR) is an independant social science research institution.
Our core competence lies in place and governance studies, nationally and internationally, in selected policy areas.
By combining cutting-edge expertise across disciplinary borders, we produce integrated and robust analysis with great emphasis on relevance for our clients.
The Research Council of Norway administers and distributes public funding for Norwegian research through more than 130 research programmes and other activities, as well as via independent projects and basic funding to research institutions. The menus to the left provide an overview of the programmes and activities available within the various disciplines.
UiB Global website
Research related to global challenges facing our societies today is one of three priority areas at the University of Bergen. UiB Global is a unit responsible for initiating and coordinating multi- and transdisciplinary research and related activities within this priority area.
- 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