The E-learning programme on Migration and Development has come to an end. The programme was held during the month of October 2015 and was intended for African policy makers who are responsible for diaspora engagement, policy development and implementation in their respective countries. For more information please see the announcement.
ADPC is pleased to announce the successful completion of the second Lobbying & Advocacy training workshop that took place from the 19 - 23 October in The Hague. The training was aimed at supporting diaspora development practitioners to design and implement lobby and advocacy strategies and to formulate their priorities effectively. For more information please see the announcement.
The Hague Peace Projects, Institute for Social Studies (ISS) and the African Diaspora Policy Centre (ADPC) held a Diaspora Conference on the Great Lakes Region under the title: “Root Causes of Conflict & Opportunities for Peace.” For more information about the conference please see the announcement.
ADPC is pleased to announce the successful completion of the second Diaspora Academy Peacebuilding training workshop that took place from the 21 - 25 September in The Hague.
ADPC organized an expert meeting on peacebuilding that took place 27 August 2015. The aim of the meeting was to facilitate the diaspora peace activists in the Netherlands.
ADPC has recently published a research brief that presents findings from a master thesis authored by two students of the International Development Studies Programme at the Department of Society