Thursday, 10 April 2014

Conference: Responsible Development in a Polycentric World

DEEEP will be holding its annual research conference in partnership with EADI, as part of their General Conference "Responsible Development in a polycentric world: inequality, citizenship and the middle classes."

The conference takes place from 23-26 June in Bonn, Germany, and for the first time ever will include four working sessions on development education! These sessions are organised by the EADI Working Group "Global Learning meets Development", of which DEEEP is co-convenor. This is a chance to gain recognition of development education within the development sector, as well as to
make greater links to and inform ourselves of the key debates currently going on within development discourse.

 For further information on the general EADI conference please see:

It promises to be an interesting and diverse programme, including some more progressive panel debates on citizenship with contributions from Olivier Consolo, and another panel on "from development in the South to global transformation".

You are warmly invited to participate and to apply for a reimbursement grant of up to 500EUR per person to cover some of your accommodation, travel or conference fee expenses related to the event. If awarded a grant, you will receive reimbursement after the event upon provision of receipts. To apply for the grant, please fill in the online application form before 23 April here.

*Please note that DEEEP will not be organising accommodation, travel or payment of conference fees. You can register for the conference and get advice on accommodation via the EADI website:
 *Also just a note to say that the first two days of this conference do indeed overlap with the DEEEP GCE conference in Brussels.

Information provided by DEEEP

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