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EADI Webinar on Citizenship and Civil Society in Development

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22 Jun 2018

The first webinar of the Civil Society and Citizenship in Development Working Group invites everyone interested to join the session (and the group) and share approaches and ideas.

Critical Perspectives on Governance by Sustainable Development Goals: Water, Food and Climate (25-26 June 2018)

Read more: Critical Perspectives on Governance by Sustainable Development Goals: Water, Food and Climate (25-26 June 2018) (external link)
15 Jun 2018

The Centre for Sustainable Development Studies (CSDS) of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) hosts and brings together partners at UvA and other locations in the Netherlands, which work on sustainable development. More information (programme, panels etc.) are available online.

Call for Papers: Fifth Conference of the Association for African Studies in Italy

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28 May 2018

The Association for African Studies in Italy (ASAI) announces a Call for papers for its Fifth biennial conference Plural Africa. Politics, knowledge and social dynamics in time and space.

CfP for Special Issue Proposal: ‘Development Challenges in Myanmar’

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15 May 2018

Myanmar faces multifaceted, complex and intertwined development challenges that cannot be tackled one by one. The EADI Global Asia Working Group will propose a special issue on ‘Development Challenges in Myanmar’ to be submitted to the European Journal of Development Research.

CfP for the 2018 Global Asia Workshop: ‘Challenges to Democratic Processes in Asia’

Read more: CfP for the 2018 Global Asia Workshop: ‘Challenges to Democratic Processes in Asia’
15 May 2018

The EADI Global Asia Working Group aims to organize workshops all years when there is not a general conference. This year’s topic will be “Challenges to Democratic Processes in Asia”.