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NomadIT prefers to work in the non-profit sector, with academic associations, non-government organisations, individual academics and other clients with whose work we sympathise.

Our current clients include:

AAS

A professional association for anthropologists in Australia.
Work: conference organising.
Links: AAS2015 (to follow)

ASA

A professional association for anthropologists in the UK and Commonwealth.
Work: membership administration, website design & maintenance, and conference organising.
Links: ASA, ASA07, ASA08, ASA09, ASA10, ASA11, ASA12, ASA14, ASA15

CHAM

A Portuguese research centre for the study of global history.
Work: conference organising.
Links: CHAM2013, CHAM2015

EASA

A professional association for anthropologists across Europe.
Work: membership administration, website design & maintenance, and conference organising.
Links: EASA, EASA06, EASA08, EASA2010, EASA2012, EASA2014

EASAS

An academic association engaged in the support of research and teaching concerning South Asia.
Work: membership administration conference organisation.
Links: ECSAS2012, ECSAS2014

EASST

An association for the scholarly study of science and technology in Europe.
Work: membership management software and support, website design & maintenance, conference software and support.
Links: EASST

IAI

An institute promoting the scholarly study of Africa's history, societies and cultures.
Work: website design & mainteance.
Links: IAI

IUAES

A professional association for ethnologists and anthropologists across the world.
Work: membership administration and conference organising.
Links: IUAES, IUAES2013

RAI

An academic institution for anthropologists and those interested in anthropology, in the UK and elsewhere.
Work: membership management software and support, website design & maintenance, conference software and support
Links: RAI, London Anthropology Day, Discover Anthropology, JRAI, RAI2012, RAI2014

SIEF

A professional association for ethnologists and folklorists across Europe.
Work: membership administration, partial website design & maintenance, and conference organising.
Links: SIEF, SIEF2011, SIEF2013, SIEF2015

WCAA

The global umbrella for professional anthropology associations.
Work: website redesign & maintenance, ongoing communication/faciliation.
Links: WCAA, Déjà Lu

Prof. James Leach

An individual academic's homepage.
Work: website design & maintenance
Links: James Leach

Other previous clients include: Action Aid, Action Village India, AEGIS, APA, ASAUK, ChildHope UK, Inland Waterways Association (Manchester branch), John Campbell at SOAS, One World Action, Oxford University, OADF (Oxford Academy of Documentary Filmmaking), Theoretical Archaeology Group, University of the Third Age (U3A) and Dr Anjan Chakravartty.

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