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EADI invites you to establish a new Working Group or to express your interest in collaborating with an existing EADI Working Group.

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

Presentations: Multi-Dimensional Poverty and Poverty Dynamics

Read more: Presentations: Multi-Dimensional Poverty and Poverty Dynamics
23 Jun 2014

Working Group Presentations at the EADI General Conference 2014 “Responsible Development in a Polycentric World: Inequality, Citizenship and the Middle Classes”.

Report: The Rise of New Periphery in the World

08 Nov 2013

The workshop was jointly organised by the WG “Transformations in the World System – Comparative Studies of Development” and the Faculty of sociology of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv being hosted by the latter.

Report: Twenty Years of Transition towards... The East European and CIS Countries in the World System

03 Jun 2011

The workshop was organised by the Working Group “Transformations in the World System – Comparative Studies of Development” and the UN University – Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies (CRIS), being hosted by the latter.

Report: International Finance for Climate Change Workshop

Read more: Report: International Finance for Climate Change Workshop
08 Dec 2010

UNICRI and CeSPI are coordinating a research initiative on “Assessing the Implications of Climate Change on Security Governance”. In this framework, a workshop was organized in Rome, 22 July 2010.