The map shows the countries where NAI has expertise - mouse over shows the names of the researchers and there is one tab for each cluster (click on each tab to see the information).
Please contact us if there is an area of specific interest that is not indicated on the map.
The Nordic Africa Institute is a research institution tasked to undertake and encourage studies on contemporary African or Africa-related issues by scholars in mainly the Nordic and African countries.
The multi-disciplinary focus of its research agenda addresses topical issues within the social sciences. With its research activities pursuing close interaction between Nordic and African scholars, the Institute seeks to enhance international collaboration and aims to contribute towards and stimulate academic as well as informed public debate.
Researchers with external funding are welcome to apply for an employment at the Institute. Your research must fit in one of NAI's clusters. Read more here.
Postdocs are welcome to apply to be hosted at the Institute. The postdocs research must fit in one of the NAI clusters. Researchers based at Nordic or African research institutions will be favoured. The time to be hosted will not be limited in minimum time of stay but a maximum of 2 years is set.
Policy Notes: Brief, easily accessible research information on themes such as conflict and trade. Here is a complete list of Policy Notes published 2007-2011 (pdf).
Policy Dialogue: Short reports on policy relevant issues aiming to inform the public debate and to generate input in the sphere of policymaking.
Order or download under Publications.
NAI’s research is organised into distinct research clusters. The current research clusters are:
Agrarian Change, Property and Resources
Conflict, Security and Democratic Transformation
African International Links Cluster
Trade, Migration and Cooperation
Many publications from the Nordic Africa Institute are available for free download from the Swedish Academic Archive On-line “DiVA” - a publishing system for research and student theses and a digital archive for long-term preservation of publications. Click here to search NAI's publications in DiVA.