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To support our members and the wider Development Studies community, we engage in a broad range of activities like conferences, thematic workshops and meetings, online talks, publications, our own academic journal, and mentoring of young researchers. We are also part of larger research projects. Here we share our latest news.

Recent News

Insights into Development Research in Hungary - EADI/KRTK Conference

Venue: Centre for Economic and Regional Studies (KRTK), 1097 Budapest, Tóth Kálmán u. 4

Alongside the annual meeting of the EADI Executive Committee, this time being held at the Centre for Economic and Regional Studies in Budapest,… continue
Our journal, the European Journal of Development Research (EJDR) invites abstract submissions for a Special Issue of the European Journal of… continue

EJDR Special Issue Launch, 21 February 2023, 09.00 GMT, 10.00 CET

Financing of Sustainable Development Goals in the era of Covid-19 & Beyond

The economic and social impact of covid-19 pandemic both on developing and developed countries has been significant. In addition to the impact of the…

Out of 28 blog posts published in 2022, five were extraordinarily successful and made the rounds inside and outside social media. continue
As communication and dissemination partner of the Energy-Self-Sufficiency for Health Facilities in Ghana (EnerSHelF) project, we cordially invite you… continue

News Archive

The International Science Council in which EADI is a member expresses its deep dismay and concerns regarding the military offensives being carried out in Ukraine and warns against the severe outcomes…
European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI)
EADI is currently seeking to fill the position of a Junior Officer, Information and Outreach, preferably from April 2022. The successful candidate will join our small and dynamic office based in Bonn,…
European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI)
Environmental degradation and social injustice are deeply enmeshed with the growth economy. Applying green and inclusive lubricants to its mechanisms is not the solution. We must abandon growth…
This years' workshop is entitled "Development studies and climate change: ways forward for curriculum building".
In this briefing paper Dr Joost Mönks, secretary of the IAC, summarises the purpose, history and objectives of the IAC and gives an overview of criteria and steps of the accreditation process. To…