List of EADI Members by Country

EADI’s membership consists of organisations and natural persons (professionals, students).

More about EADI Membership

Institutional and Associate Members

Members in Sweden

  • Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation (DHF)

    DHF website

    To organise seminars, conferences and courses on th political, social, economic and cultural issues facing the Third World.

    The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation was established in 1962 in memory of the second Secretary-General of the United Nations. The purpose of the Foundation is to organise seminars, conferences and workshops on political, social, economic and cultural issues facing the third world. The Foundation is an operating and not a grant-making foundation and its work programmes are carried out under its own auspices.

    The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation has since the 1970s had health in general as the priority area, and in particular public health, primary health care, and pharmaceutical policy development. This is also reflected in several issues of the Foundation's journal Development Dialogue (for example 1985:2, 1995:1).

    In December 2000, the People's Health Assembly (PHA) was organised at Gonoshasthaya Kendra, Savar, Bangladesh. This big event with about 1,300 participants from 90 countries was organised by eight non-governmental organisations, among them the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation. Follow-up activities to the PHA are channelled through the People's Health Movement (PHM). The Secretariat has just moved to Bangalore, India, and is managed by Dr Ravi Narayan at the Community Health Cell, e-mail address: sochara@vsnl.com

  • Department of Government, Uppsala University

    Department of Government, Uppsala University website

    The department’s faculty consists of researchers covering all the major fields of political science. Our shared objective is to analyze the conditions for political power and the prerequisites for well functioning democratic institutions.

  • Expert Group for Aid Studies (EBA)

    EBA website

  • Nordic Africa Institute (NAI)

    NAI website

    The Nordic Africa Institute (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet) is a center for research, documentation and information on modern Africa in the Nordic region. Based in Uppsala, Sweden, the Institute is dedicated to providing timely, critical and alternative research and analysis of Africa in the Nordic countries and to strengthen the co-operation between African and Nordic researchers.

    As a hub and a meeting place in the Nordic region for a growing field of research and analysis the Institute strives to put knowledge of African issues within reach for scholars, policy makers, politicians, media, students and the general public. The Institute is financed jointly by the Nordic countries.

All Countries

Total number of members: 136