Declaration on the Climate Change Conference in Paris

The representatives of the African Diaspora development organisations (ADDO’s) took part in the Climate Change Conference in Paris on December 2015. The aim was to increase policy and public awareness both in Europe and in Africa about the negative impact of climate change in Africa. Please see the declaration for more information.

ADPC Newsletter: An overview of 2015

The African Diaspora Policy Centre has recently released its 2015 Newsletter. This newsletter contains an overview of events held throughout the year to stimulate and harness the role of African diaspora in development in their countries of origin. Click here to have a look.

Diaspora Technical Expert Working Group

A good number of diaspora representatives attended the Post-Valletta consultation meeting organized by the African Union Commission in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM). The meeting was held in Nairobi from 14 to 15 December 2015. Please see the article for more information.

The Migration Dynamics in Africa

ADPC, in cooperation with UNECA, GIZ and ADEPT, organised a South-South exchange conference between key policymakers from several African Diaspora Ministries in Addis Ababa on 23-24 November.

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Second Advocacy & Lobbying Training Workshop

ADPC held an Advocacy & Lobbying Training Workshop during 19 - 23 October aimed at supporting diaspora development practitioners to design and implement lobby and advocacy strategies.

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Second Peacebuilding training workshop

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.

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“Glocal” Partnerships for Agribusiness Development

ADPC has recently released the report of the “Glocal” Partnerships for Agribusiness Development training that took place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia during 14-25 September 2015.

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