E-learning programme on Migration and Development

ADPC is pleased to announce the E-learning programme on Migration and Development that will take place October 2015. The programme is intended for African policy makers who are responsible for diaspora engagement, policy development and implementation in their respective countries. Application is now open until 10 September 2015. For more information please see the announcement.

Expert Meeting on Peacebuilding

ADPC is pleased to announce the expert meeting on peacebuilding that will take place 27 August 2015. The aim of the meeting is to facilitate the diaspora peace activists in the Netherlands to network among themselves, establish viable contacts, learn from each other’s peace related activities and exchange valuable information. For more information please see the announcement.

Second Advocacy & Lobbying Training Workshop

ADPC, in partnership with The Hague Academy for Local Governance, is pleased to announce the second Diaspora Academy Advocacy & Lobbying workshop that will take place 19 – 23 October 2015 in The Hague, the Netherlands. For more information about the workshop please see the announcement.

Second Peacebuilding Training Workshop

Selection of participants is currently ongoing for the second Diaspora Academy Peacebuilding training workshop that will take place 21-25 September 2015, in The Hague, The Netherlands.

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Partnerships for Agribusiness Development in Ethiopia

The African Diaspora Policy Centre (ADPC) is pleased to announce support from Nuffic for the provision of Tailor-Made- Training (TMT) to Ethiopian government officials.

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E-learning programme on Migration and Development

ADPC offered African policymakers an online course on migration and development: how to increase remittances, investment and brain gain. The course took place from 4th-29th May 2015.

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Diasporas as Mediating Actors in Development

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

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