Fourth Peacebuilding Workshop

We are glad to anounce that the 4th Peacebuilding training workshop was succesfully carried out from 10-14 October 2016. African diaspora from different countries in Europe participated in the workshop which gave them the opportunity to gain insight into their contribution towards peace and social stability in their countries of origin. Read report here.

Capacity Building Training 

ADPC in conjunction with IGAD, is pleased to announce the successful completion of the Capacity Building Training for Diaspora-oriented Somali officials. The training took place in Addis Ababa, between 3-7 October 2016, and was attended by 12 enthusiastic participants. Read the full report here. 

Partnerships for Peace

On 23 September, ADPC organized a seminar entitled: Partnerships for Peace: Engaging with Diaspora”. An interactive and open exchange of experiences among diaspora organizations, NGOs and policymakers took place, focusing on the challenges and opportunities in creating partnerships in the field of peacebuilding. Read news item.

Fourth Advocacy and Lobbying Training Workshop

The 4th Advocacy and Lobbying training workshop was held from the 5th till the 9th of September 2016. The training was attended by 10 enthusiastic African diaspora from various countries in Europe.

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Third Advocacy & Lobbying Training Workshop

ADPC is pleased to announce the successful completion of the third Advocacy and Lobbying training workshop that took place from the 4-8 April 2016 in The Hague.

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Partnership Building Meeting

The Public Partnership Division (PPD) of UNICEF and the African Diaspora Policy Centre (ADPC) have the pleasure of announcing a “Partnership Building Meeting: UNICEF and Diaspora Organizations in Europe”.

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IGAD Consultation Meeting in Addis Ababa

The Consultation Meeting on “Good Practices for Diaspora Engagement in Homeland Development” was held in Addis Ababa between 6-7 June 2016 as a joint initiative with IGAD.

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