CODE Forum becomes thematic network of ReDi
Interdiac becomes Regional Network of ReDi in Central & Eastern Europe
One-day Digital Conference on “Diaconia as Gamechanger”.
DEADLINE EXTENDED: Submit your master thesis to the Anders Bäckström Prize 2020
One-day Digital ReDi Conference Announced!

The 8th International ReDi conference that was initially meant to take place in Oslo, Norway, has been replaced by a one-day digital conference! The conference is hosted by VID Specialized University on 17 September 2020. For more information, please visit our conference webpage.

REDI is:

„A society for all interested in the study and research of the churches contribution to social welfare and health. The broad field includes very large organisations and small local initiatives. Contributions are made through the provision of services, advocacy, by working for change and much more. ReDi aims to strengthen research in the field.

You are invited to join ReDi if you are engaged in the study and research of Diaconia. Membership is open to individuals and organisations. Students, people form the Global South and people on low income are eligible for fee reductions. You can apply online for individual or institutional membership. Please also have a look at our statutes.

REDI provides:
  • An international network and platform for people and organisations involved in the research and study of Diaconia and Christian social practice
  • A switchboard which helps researchers find others with similar interests in order to create networks and projects
  • A bridge between researchers and research institutes and those involved in practice in order to create new projects
  • An international conference for researchers held every two years and regular regional conferences
  • A link to a peer-reviewed Open Access Journal (CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0) which covers the wide field of research including evaluation, contextual analysis and theological, ethical, empirical and hermeneutical studies
  • A regular eNews to keep members informed of significant developments and additional reports from practice