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Abstracts still accepted: ‘The Future of Development Research: Exploring the Nordic perspective(s)?’ Nordic conference, Copenhagen, Nov. 24-25 2011


NFU's focus on strengthening Nordic development research collaboration is currently materialising into a joint Nordic conference, to be held in Copenhagen in November. The positive feedback from members and institutions in Norway has been great, and there will be broad participation through panels, workshops, key note suggestions and presentations. New deadline for abstracts: 15 September.


Evaluation of Norwegian development research

NFU has submitted comments to the ongoing evaluation of Norwegian development research on development assistance.
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Kick-off seminar on new NFR activity 'Tax havens, capital flows and developing countries'

The Research Council of Norway invites NFU members to take interest in the kick off seminar for the new activity TaxCapDev established for the period 2011-2015 with a total budget of NOK 50 million. Date: 18 January 2011.

EADI conference 2011: Rethinking Development

- in an Age of Scarcity and Uncertainty. York, UK: 19-22 September 2011

FSDR Conference 2011: Reframing sustainability?

- Climate Change and North-South Dynamics. Helsinki, Finland: 10-11 February 2011


Call for submission: NFU MA thesis award

NFU now accepts submissions for our annual Master’s thesis award. The award will go to a Master’s thesis that makes an innovative and strong contribution to the field of development, either by practical application or theoretical innovation.
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NFU Conference 2010: Rethinking crises

This year the NFU Conference addresses multiple crises and development research. You are welcome to join the debate between 25-26 November at the MF Norwegian School of Theology, Oslo. Welcome!

NFU General Assembly 2010

The General Assembly of NFU was held 25 November 2010 at MF Norwegian School of Theology, Oslo. Minutes are available on this website (under 'Organisation).