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EADI has the following types of working groups:

  1. A network of institutes and individuals to exchange information, discuss research in progress and publish completed research.
  2. A group jointly pursuing research on a specific topic, with the intention of reporting the findings in a publication at the end of its work.
  3. A group providing joint input or service to development research or training, e.g., the Information Management and Training Working Groups.

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Working Group Guidelines

Read in this note about:

  • The constitutional aspects of the Working Groups and their relationship with other parts of EADI.
  • The roles of the Working Groups.
  • The organisation of the Working Groups.
  • How EADI supports Working Groups.
  • The procedures for establishing a Working Group.

Working Group Guidelines

Response of the EADI Postcolonial Working Group to the editors' statement on the TWQ Viewpoint article on “The case for colonialism

Read more: Response of the EADI Postcolonial Working Group to the editors' statement on the TWQ Viewpoint article on “The case for colonialism
20 Sep 2017

Do we as researchers and, more importantly, as humans, want to be part of an academic world where we "argue" for the sake of arguments as if it were a mere exercise, or do we realize the importance of the arguments we are making and their normativity in shaping realities?

EADI NORDIC 2017: Articles and livestream from the conference

Read more: EADI NORDIC 2017: Articles and livestream from the conference (external link)
04 Sep 2017

We have created a summary of all articles, livestreams and twitter comments on the EADI NORDIC 2017. The following livestreams are available:

  • Dudley Seers Lecture: Inequality and Financial Power: A Macroeconomic and Comparative View
  • Opening Plenary: Economy And Equality
  • Contesting Reconfigured Boundaries: Migration and Development
  • Globalization and International Tax Justice
  • Sustainability and the Green Shift in an Era of Disruptions

Conference app, brochure and programme available!

Read more: Conference app, brochure and programme available!
11 Aug 2017

We are delighted to present the EADI NORDIC Conference programme and brochure. Over 400 researchers from 77 countries will come together in Bergen, to discuss the implications and boundaries of globalisation.

The Politics of Slums in the Global South: Book resulting from research programme Chance2sustain

Read more: The Politics of Slums in the Global South: Book resulting from research programme Chance2sustain
07 Jun 2017

Seeing urban politics from the perspective of those who reside in slums offers an important dimension to the study of urbanism in the global South. Many people living in sub-standard conditions do not have their rights as urban citizens recognised and realise that they cannot rely on formal democratic channels or governance structures. Through in-depth case studies and comparative research, The Politics of Slums in the Global South: Urban Informality in Brazil, India, South Africa and Peru integrates conceptual discussions on urban political dynamics with empirical material from research undertaken in Rio de Janeiro, Delhi, Chennai, Cape Town, Durban and Lima.

EADI NORDIC 2017 Conference: Keynote speakers announced!

Read more: EADI NORDIC 2017 Conference: Keynote speakers announced! (external link)
24 May 2017

We are delighted to announce the following speakers and the main programme of the conference:

Professor James K. Galbraith (University of Texas at Austin)
Professor Lise Rakner (University of Bergen, Chr. Michelsen Institue)
Professor Bertil Tungodden (Norwegian School of Economics NHH, CMI))
Professor Rohini Somanathan (Delhi School of Economics)
Dr. Arne Strand (Chr. Michelsen Institute)
Professor Uma Kothari (University of Manchester)
Professor Cathrine Brun (Oxford Brookes University)
Professorial Fellow Mick Moore (University of Sussex)
Professor Brooke Harrington (Copenhagen Business School)
Professor Joyeeta Gupta (University of Amsterdam)
Professor Achim Steiner (Oxford Martin School, UNDP)
Professor Susan Parnell (University of Cape Town)

Registration is open.

International Conference: AFRICA, NEW POWERS, OLD POWERS 4-5 May 2017, Bologna

Read more: International Conference: AFRICA, NEW POWERS, OLD POWERS 4-5 May 2017, Bologna
08 May 2017

This international conference aims at debating the limits and potentialities of the growing political and economic interaction between the African countries and the “emerging powers” within a broader historical and political perspective.

EADI NORDIC 2017 Conference: Registration open

Read more: EADI NORDIC 2017 Conference: Registration open  (external link)
05 Apr 2017

Registration for the EADI NORDIC 2017 Conference taking place in Bergen 20-23 August is open now. Registration until June 15, 2017. Funding available for a limited number of participants.

Social Protection Working Group: New Brief 02/2017

Read more: Social Protection Working Group: New Brief 02/2017
14 Feb 2017

The Social Protection Working Group has released a new briefing paper to inform about current developments.

Call for Papers on “Africa, New Powers, Old Powers”

Read more: Call for Papers on “Africa, New Powers, Old Powers”
30 Nov 2016

The Department of Political and Social Studies of the University of Bologna and the EADI Working Group on ‘Transitions in (Southern) Africa’ organize an international conference, that will be held in Bologna (Italy) on 4-5 May 2017.

Newsletter on Social Protection

Read more: Newsletter on Social Protection
09 Nov 2016

The EADI Working Group on Social Protection publishes the "Social protection briefs" regularly. If you are interested to subscribe to this online newsletter, please contact the working group conveners Katja Bender and Markus Loewe.