Canadian Women Economists Network/Réseau de Femmes Économistes
CWEN/RFÉ "was founded in 1990 as an independent association of persons interested in promoting women economists and their ideas."
The European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy
The EAEPE was formed in 1989 "to promote evolutionary, dynamic and realistic approaches to economic theory and policy.... With a membership of above 700, EAEPE is now the foremost European association for heterodox economists and is the second-largest association for economists in Europe. In at least four European countries, EAEPE members are playing a major role in governments. There are also EAEPE members in the European Parliament."
The International Association for Critical Realism
The IACR was established in 1997 to foster the discussion, propagation and development of the critical realist approaches to understanding and changing the world.
International Association for Feminist Economics
IAFFE is a "non-profit organization advancing feminist inquiry of economic issues and educating economists and others on feminist points of view on economic issues."
The Cambridge Realist Workshop meets Monday evenings at Newnham College to explore topics of relevance to the fields of methodology and philosophy of science. Its emphasis is pluralist and critical. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.
IACR Annual Conference
The International Association for Critical Realism (IACR) was established in 1997 to foster the discussion, propagation and development of the critical realist approaches to understanding and changing the world.
Journal of Critical Realism
"Journal of Critical Realism provides a forum for scholars wishing to promote realist emancipatory philosophy, social theory and science on an interdisciplinary and international basis, and for those who wish to engage with such an approach. Critical realism's intellectual power and vitality, together with the sheer range of its concerns across the gamut of human endeavour, will ensure that this leads to no inward looking provincialism. We envisage that much critical realist scholarship and research will continue to be published elsewhere and will actively promote exchanges, friendly as well as polemical, with other approaches."
Social Ontology Group
"The Cambridge Social Ontology Group, or CSOG, was formed with the aim of pursuing social ontology, the systematic study of the nature and basic structure of social reality. The primary motivation is a shared belief that social research and indeed all aspects of human activity have much to gain from a better understanding of the nature of material we all have to deal with. "
Critical Realism Wiki
A project of the International Association for Critical Realism, Critical Realism Wiki has been created to act as a hub for developments in the field of critical realism. The site incorporates feeds from online activities that relate to critical realism and aims to provide a resource for learning about critical realism, including links to other online resources. Fundamentally, however, the drive is to put control of technology into the hands of individual members of the community, rather than concentrate it around "specialists."