EADI NORDIC Conference 2017: Globalisation at the Crossroads – Rethinking Inequalities and Boundariespublished: December 19, 2016
Are you interested in development research and global challenges? Are you keen to challenge globalisation, to tackle inequalities, to query (planetary) boundaries, to join the flow of ideas?
Participate in the EADI NORDIC Conference, 21 – 23 August 2017, Bergen, Norway.
Call for Papers
Researchers on development issues are invited to present papers for the EADI NORDIC 2017 Conference under the Working Group sessions or the Ad hoc Panels. Papers should be related to the topics of the working group sessions/Ad-hoc panels of the conference.
Please consult the session descriptions and use the online submission tool to submit your abstract by 16 January 2017. Submissions are welcomed in English or French.
The EADI Nordic conference is a joint partnership between EADI (European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes), NFU (Norwegian Association of Development Research), the University of Bergen (UIB) and the Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI).
The EADI General Conference is organized every third year. It serves as the association’s public forum for academic exchange, reflection and debate on pressing global and developmental questions. In the Nordic context, a biennial Nordic Development conference is organized by one of the respective national development research associations, the most recent one held in Gothenburg in 2015. In 2017, EADI and NFU join forces together with the University of Bergen (UIB) as the local host to invite scholars, policymakers and practitioners to a three-day conference to engage in new approaches to understand global challenges and reflect on paths forward.