New EADI Publication: Building Knowledge Exchange Partnerships. Dialogues across Europe

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04 May 2021

How do you bring together academics, practitioners, and policymakers to advocate and partner for Global Citizenship Education? This is what Bridge 47 – Building Global Citizenship has been doing since 2018 with partners from all over Europe for a common goal: to promote trans-formative change in society. EADI took the leading role in the work on Knowledge Exchange Partnerships whose results are now presented in this publication.

Dialogue Virtuel EADI: Entre terrain de jeux géostratégiques et aspiration à maitriser son développement: quel futur pour l’Amérique centrale?, Le 18 Mai à 11h (CET)

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18 May 2021

Avec Hélène Roux: Fondée sur l’étude de divers conflits socio-environnementaux (barrages hydroélectriques ; complexes touristiques ; extraction minière ou programmes de conservation), la présentation porte sur le décalage entre les orientations liées au développement provenant « du haut » (les institutions supranationales, les États nationaux) et les aspirations provenant « du bas » (les populations concernées).

EADI/ISS Conference #Solidarity2021: Register by Sunday with the early bird fee!

Read more: EADI/ISS Conference #Solidarity2021: Register by Sunday with the early bird fee!
27 Apr 2021

Register before 2 May for the early bird fee of our flagship event,  the EADI Conference Solidarity, Peace and Social Justice, which is held 5-8 July 2021. The conference, hosted by the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) in The Hague, will be held online and features academic panel sessions as well as exciting social and networking sessions.

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New on our blog: State and Development: What Has Changed in India?

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27 Apr 2021

By Anthony P. D’Costa

Lately the Indian state under the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP or Indian People’s Party) has attracted a lot of attention. Aside from its divisive, populist Hindu-chauvinist politics, the government under Modi has unleashed an array of programs and projects, ostensibly designed to lead to a “new” united and prosperous India. Alas, the Citizenship Amendment Act, the poorly thought-out demonetization program, and the draconian nationwide lockdown during the corona virus pandemic did not unite India or make it prosperous.

Distinghuished Guest Lecture: Colonialization, Neo-Liberalization and Patriarchy: Palestinian Women’s Search for an Alternative Approach to Economic and Social Empowerment, 21 April, 11.00 CET

Read more: Distinghuished Guest Lecture: Colonialization, Neo-Liberalization and Patriarchy: Palestinian Women’s Search for an Alternative Approach to Economic and Social Empowerment, 21 April, 11.00 CET
21 Apr 2021

With Eileen Kuttab

This lecture will briefly describe the Israeli colonial project of dispossession and de-development on occupied Palestine, followed by a discussion on the emerging Palestinian Authority (PA) and its impact on the economy through a gender lens.

Development choices have been governed by different objectives, namely stabilization of the peace process, control of the Israeli economy over the territories and the mainstreaming of neoliberal economics, resulting in multi-faceted socio-economic deteriorations.

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