Networks

Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO)

Established in 1967, CLACSO is a non-governmental institution bringing together 195 research centres, as well as graduate and postgraduate programmes in the social sciences of 22 countries.


Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA)

It was established in 1973 as an independent pan-African research organisation primarily focusing on the social sciences research in Africa. It is recognised not only as the pioneer African social research organisation but also as the apex non-governmental centre of social knowledge production on the continent.


Culturelink - the Network of Networks for Research and Cooperation in Cultural Development

The Network was established by UNESCO and the Council of Europe in 1989 in Paris, at the UNESCO Consultation of Representatives of Regional and Sub-Regional Networks for Cultural Development Research and Cooperation. The Network has primarily been serving as a platform for research in the field of cultural development, cultural policies and international cultural cooperation.


EU-Russia Collaborative Research Network

The network was established in 2006, to encourage closer cooperation and exchange of views between the growing number of EU-specialists working on Russia and the post-Soviet states coming under the European Neighbourhood Policy and colleagues in the field of Slavonic Studies who were interested in the EU.


European Expert Network on Culture (EENC)

EENC contributes to the development of cultural policies in Europe, providing advice and support to the European Commission in its cultural policy development though the analysis of cultural policies at European, national and regional levels. Instead of conducting primary research, EENC network offers specialised consultancy to policy-makers by synthesizing current research and relevant issues in a practical way for continuing policy development. Among the tasks assigned to EENC is the launch and management of a website providing comprehensive information both on EENC’s activities and relevant advances to the fields in which the network operates.


European International Studies Association (EISA)

The European International Studies Association (EISA) is a new individual membership-based association, serving the International Relations community in Europe and beyond. EISA aims to bring together academics and others working in the field and subfields of international studies in Europe and beyond. EISA aims to be a forum for enhancing research on international studies and for stimulating mobility, exchange and dissemination of knowledge throughout Europe and beyond.


EUROZINE

an independent network of, and portal for, European cultural journals, founded by a group of journals, among which is the Centre’s Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais. The network now includes over 50 journals and institutions from almost every European country. The editor of Revista Crítica is a member of the Editorial Board of Eurozine


Initiative for Peacebuilding (IfP)

IfP is a consortium founded by the European Commission, consisting of 10 civil society organisations. It has official representation in all the EU and in conflict-affected countries. Its aim is to develop and strengthen international knowledge in conflict prevention and peacebuilding ensuring that institutions have access to analyses enabling a more informed decision making, based on empirical data.


International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA)

IANSA is a global network of civil society organisations working to stop the proliferation and misuse of small arms and light weapons (SALW). The network has 700 members and CES participates through its Humanities, Migration and Peace Studies Group.


International Association of thew Portuguese Language Social and Human Sciences (AILPcsh)

AILPcsh arose from eleven Luso-Afro-Brazilian Social Sciences Congresses, of which the first edition premiered in 1990.  The main activities of the association are the itinerant organization of its Congress between the Portuguese-speaking Countries and the creation of incentive platforms and the promotion of research networks and publications. AILPcsh intends to affirm itself as a major scientific policy channel in fostering a cooperation area between Portuguese-speaking social scientists.


Linguistic Ethnography Forum

LEF brings together researchers conducting linguistic ethnography in the UK and elsewhere. It seeks to explore a range of past and current work, to identify key issues, and to engage in methodologically and theoretically well-tuned debate.


METROPOLIS Portugal

METROPOLIS Portugal is a network founded by the Luso-American Development Foundation. At the national level, it includes CES, SociNova (NOVA University) and the Centre of Geographical Studies (CEG) of the Classical University of Lisbon. This network is a member of Metropolis International, a worldwide network of research units, stakeholders and policy organisations involved in migration issues.


Observatorio Iberoamericano sobre Movilidad Humana, Migraciones y Desarrollo (OBIMID)

OBIMID is a Network gathering research and higher education institutions working on public policies and human rights, human mobility, migrations and development, focusing especially on Iberoamerican contexts. The Network aims at producing and transferring scientific knowledge about these issues to contribute to a better understanding of contemporary migration.  


Portuguese Association of Political Economy

The Portuguese Association of Political Economy is a non-profit scientific association with a multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary nature, aiming at fostering education, research, dissemination and the public debate on Political Economy in Portugal.


Portuguese National Rural Network (RRN)

The Portuguese National Rural Network (RRN) is a connection hub of agents with an active role in the rural development, who are willing to share their experiences and knowledge, to improve their performance and achieve better results. Rural development agents from any region of the country can join RRN.  The network acts as an information, experience and knowledge dissemination and sharing platform, entailing an action to build up sharing and cooperation around the actions to implement, aiming at improving the implementation of rural development programmes and policy measures and the qualification of the agents implicated in rural development.


Portuguese Security Studies Network (PT - SSN)

The network aims to develop a to develop a sense of community among researchers in the field of International Relations; to promote cooperation among researchers from different institutions, areas and schools of thought; to project internationally the research conducted in Portugal; and to collect and organize information about the research conducted in Portugal.


Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict (SVAC)

Founded in October 2010, the International Research Group Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict (SVAC) addresses issues around sexual violence in armed conflict. In a series of meetings and workshops, interdisciplinary scholars and NGO-experts compare case studies from different theatres of war and conflict, including multifaceted theoretical approaches. The group thus promotes the systematic development of research questions and methods.