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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

As communication and dissemination partner of the Energy-Self-Sufficiency for Health Facilities in Ghana (EnerSHelF) project, we cordially invite you… continue
The Sustainable Development Goals aim to improve access to resources and services, reduce environmental degradation, eradicate poverty and reduce… continue
Together with the Convivial Thinkers, our Working Group on Post- and Decolonial Perspectives on Development, we cordially invite you to this virtual… continue

Are you an academic curious about how to design and enact more climate conscious travel practices? This event is for you! Join us on Wednesday, 23…


Call for nominations: EADI / IAC Council members

Submission Deadline: 31 October 2022

EADI, as the professional European organisation of institutes and professionals in the field of Development, wishes to influence proactively the… continue

News Archive

We are delighted to announce the successful accreditation of the "Master in Global Development Studies” at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) in Ås, near Oslo, Norway. The International…
We are delighted to announce the successful accreditation of the Master in Development Studies (MDS) Programme at Centre for Samoan Studies, University of Samoa, by the IAC/EADI International…
The negotiations on a new agreement between the EU and the ACP-Countries (African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States) will start during the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union…
What are the key features of last year’s development consensus of the European Union? How have the EU’s role and its financial instruments changed over the years and what is the status implementing…
P Institute of Development Studies (IDS)
Response to range of new initiatives announced by UK government that will improve understanding of the factors that drive modern slavery and the worst forms of child labour