List of EADI Members by Country
EADI’s membership consists of organisations and natural persons (professionals, students).
Institutional and Associate Members
Members in United Kingdom
The Centre for Development Studies (CDS) is an interdisciplinary, collaborative research centre committed to critical engagement with emerging trends and issues in international development policy and governance. Our researchers include anthropologists, economists, geographers, political scientists and theorists, psychologists and sociologists. CDS has a strong focus on engagement with the local and has research expertise in countries ranging from Bangladesh to Zambia, Malaysia to Peru. We are committed to making connections between the global north and the global south, relating local, national and international levels of analysis as we work to link theory with practice and research with action. CDS research is organised around, though not limited to, four core themes: gender, childhood and youth; insecurity and conflict; markets, microfinance and social inclusion; wellbeing and human development. Our research attracts major grants and we frequently collaborate with development donors and NGOs from around the world as well as research councils. We also share our knowledge and expertise through a range of academic and professional development study opportunities offered through the Department for Social and Policy Sciences at the University of Bath.
The Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations (CTPSR) undertakes innovative, impactful, world-class research that enables dialogue and builds trust in order to foster peaceful relations and strengthen human security.
The Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity is an ESRC research centre, directed by Prof Tim Jackson. Our guiding vision for sustainable prosperity is one in which people everywhere have the capability to flourish as human beings—within the ecological and resource constraints of a finite planet. Our work explores not just the economic aspects of this challenge, but also its social, political and philosophical dimensions. We address the implications of sustainable prosperity at the level of households and firms; and we explore sector-level and macro-economic implications of different pathways to prosperity. We are paying particular attention to the pragmatic steps that need to be taken by enterprise, government and civil society in order to achieve a sustainable prosperity.
DPP challenges traditional thinking about international development - what it is, who drives it, and where it happens - to help create more effective development interventions. We are driven by a desire to generate real improvements in the lives and prospects of people across the globe. We work collaboratively with other organisations and institutions globally and in the UK, as well as with other teams within the Open University studying, teaching and promoting international development. We have a full-time core group that combines diverse interests and expertise - from social science disciplines to science and technology - and a wide range of research and practical experience from Africa, Latin America, South and East Asia, and Eastern Europe.
DPP group includes our full and part-time research students. We also have visiting staff and strong links with staff in other parts of the university.
Development Studies Association (DSA) works to connect and promote the development research community in UK and Ireland. We improve links and information exchange between DSA members, represent members in important consultations and bring their work to a wide audience of prospective students, partners and donors.
Their aim is to:
promote the advancement of knowledge on international development; disseminate information on development research and training; encourage interdisclipinary exchange and cooperation. Membership is open to anybody with an interest in development studies. They have over 1000 members, mainly made up of individuals and institutions from the academic and NGO sectors. Most members are based in UK and Ireland, because this is where our meetings and conferences take place.
The University of Manchester has been at the forefront of development studies for over 60 years.
The Global Development Institute continues the commitment to addressing global poverty and inequality, by uniting the strengths of the Institute for Development Policy and Management and the Brooks World Poverty Institute.
We’re the largest dedicated development research and teaching institute in Europe, led jointly by Professors Diana Mitlin and David Hulme. The results of the most recent Research Excellence Framework ranked GDI first for impact ranking in Development Studies in the UK, with many of our researchers deemed to be 'world leading'.
The Interdisciplinary Global Development Centre (IGDC) is a major new interdisciplinary centre for research, teaching and partnership for global development based at the University of York. Led by the Departments of Politics, Environment and Geography, and History, the IGDC works across and beyond the University to collaborate with partners worldwide to create new interdisciplinary and innovative approaches to tackle global challenges.
IGDC's vision is to promote interdisciplinary research and engagement that contribute to a transformative agenda that is equitable, fair and sustainable, and places people and environment at the centre of policy responses to global development.
Founded in 1964, and part of Europe's largest School of Public Policy, IDD is committed to supporting the development of effective governance systems in transitional and developing countries.
The International Development Department's programmes are designed to meet the evolving needs of the contemporary development sector, and are sensitive to specific country situations.
The diversity of the department's activities: Research and Policy Advice, Consultancy, Postgraduate and Undergraduate Teaching, and Professional Development Training means that IDD's Staff bring a unique comparative perspective to their work.
The School of Social Sciences offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in disciplines including international development, politics and NGOs, sociology, psychosocial studies, social enterprise and innovation studies.
IIED is an independent, non-profit research institute working in the field of sustainable development. IIED aims to provide expertise and leadership in researching and achieving sustainable development at local, national, regional and global levels. In alliance with others, we seek to help shape a future that ends global poverty and delivers and sustains efficient and equitable management of the world's natural resources.
Established in 1971, the Institute advises policy makers and supports and collaborates with Southern specialists and institutions working in similar areas. IIED's work is undertaken with, or on behalf of, governments and international agencies, the academic community, foundations and NGOs, community organisations and the people they represent.
Focusing on the links between economic development, the environment and human needs, IIED has research programmes in a number of areas critical to sustainable development, including human settlements, sustainable agriculture, environmental planning and management, forestry, drylands, environmental economics and climate change.
IIED publishes an extensive range of journals, books, working papers and reports from each of these key areas, with more than 900 in print. About 80 books and working papers are produced each year. There is more information about IIED's work and publications, including how to order publications online and download pdfs, on its website at http://www.iied.org/ Orders can be made through its distributor, http://www.Earthprint.com/
Networks that IIED is affiliated to:
- Resource Centres for Participatory Learning and Action (RCPLA Network);
- Regional and International Networking Group (RING)
The Oxford Department of International Development (ODID) is the focus for postgraduate teaching and applied research on international development issues at the University of Oxford. ODID is a distinct multi-disciplinary 'faculty' within the Social Sciences Division. ODID is known for its frontier research on economic growth and instability, trade and investment, poverty and inequality, insecurity and conflict, migration and refugees, global governance and environment, children and human development. Our 60 academic and research staff, and six externally funded groups, represent most social science disciplines and world regions. As part of a global epistemic community, we aim to generate ideas that set agendas for scholars, governments, international agencies and civil society. The Department provides postgraduate research training (DPhil and MPhil) and four one-year MSc taught courses to some 200 students. These programmes involve advanced research methods, intensive personal supervision, subject specialisation and fieldwork. International demand for these programmes is high and entrance standards are exacting. Scholarships are available from the ESRC, Oxford University and Departmental funds. We are often known in Oxford and around the world as QEH, a reference to Queen Elizabeth House – now the name of our building at 3 Mansfield Road, but formerly the title of the original 1954 foundation by Royal Charter at 21 St Giles.
The School of International Development (DEV) at the University of East Anglia is a leading global centre of excellence in research and teaching in international development. International Development UEA is part of the school and is a charitable company that has pioneered research, training and consultancy in International Development since 1967 and manages both the UK-based and international project activities of the University of East Anglia's School of International Development, as well as work undertaken in partnership with other Schools.
The company works with a wide range of clients, including national and international development agencies, governments, NGOs, international research centres and private clients. Since 2001, we have worked with an estimated 600 different partner organisations and in any year we have 100 or With around 40 academic staff the School is committed to making a difference, contributing to knowledge and providing policy advice and guidance on major global challenges such as poverty reduction and environmental sustainability. The School’s research performance was judged to be internationally excellent and among the top three development studies departments in the country, according to the last UK government research assessment exercise. The School of International Development offered the first undergraduate degree in Development Studies in Britain. Although it has since been imitated by a number of other Universities, none offer an integrated undergraduate programme which encompasses social, economic and applied natural sciences leading to either a BA or BSc. At the postgraduate level, students have come to DEV from all over the world and in countries where the School has particularly strong links there are alumni associations.
Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID) is a flagship interdisciplinary research institute within the University of Sheffield. SIID brings together researchers, partners, students and stakeholder groups to develop new approaches to development research. Understanding the challenges of development is increasingly important in our inter-connected world.
- 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 (6)
- Switzerland (5)
- Turkey (1)
- United Kingdom (15)
Total number of members: 125