The Association for the Study of EthnoGeoPolitics (EGP), or EthnoGeoPolitics in short, aims to further the knowledge on the cultural, social, religious, ethnic and (geo-)political characteristics, processes and developments in different areas of the world.

As a non-profit organisation, we seek to achieve this by:

  • offering guest lectures for existing courses, or courses developed by ourselves, related to ethnogeopolitics or kindred issues and disciplines at universities, institutes and colleges inside and outside the Netherlands.
  • encouraging debate on ethnogeopolitical topics and research findings, as presented in our new journal Forum of EthnoGeoPolitics (see link ‘Publications’).
  • providing or participating in teaching modules and materials on ethnogepolitical concepts, research methods, topics, regions and research findings for universities, institutes and colleges in and outside the Netherlands.
  • presenting papers, organising panels and giving lectures at conferences, symposia and other meetings in academia and meetings for the wider public (see link ‘Activities’)


Privacy Policy

The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has comes into effect on 25 May 2018.
In order to comply with the new GDPR consent requirement, we need to ask to approve and confirm that we can (continue to) use and mention your name, affiliation and other basic details on our website, and in our journal and any other of our publications.
We respect your privacy. The Association for the Study of EthnoGeoPolitics (EGP) will never share, use or publish your e-mail address, home address and any other personal (contact) data with third parties without your prior consent.

Therefore, all your information shared by you to us, proceeds voluntarily and upon your consent. We at EGP will handle all your additional information beyond your basic position in our association (boardmembership, editioral-board membership, etc.) confidentially and discretely. In short, EGP will not give your personal data and information to any third party without your prior knowledge and consent.

Naturally, authors of contributions to our journal Forum of EGP have already given their consent according to current copyrights law to be identified as the authors of said contributions published in our journal, together with basic information such as their affiliation, expertise and any e-mail address(es) if they wish to receive feedback on their published articles from readers.

If you have any further questions or advice related to our consent request and/or the new GDPR, please do not hesitate to do so and contact us.