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Track Record 2006-2014
ADPC in the Dutch Media
WEBINAR “Migration, Entrepreneurship and Development”
Thematic Working Group Diaspora and Migrants for Development
Diaspora Academy press release
Migrants Petition On Ebola
Effective Cross-Sector Partnerships for Business and Development in Complex and High-Risk Environments
Roundtable “concrete results obtained through projects and development financed under AENEAS and the Thematic Programme for Migration and Asylum”
Diaspora Academy Programme (DAP) 2014-2017
Diaspora Academy press release
NEWSLETTER - JANUARY 2015
Welcome to the African Diaspora Policy Centre’s January 2015 Newsletter. In this newsletter we would like to update you about the most significant events and developments that have kept us busy for the year ended 2014.
Research Brief: Diasporas as Mediating Actors in Development – Case Study about Somali Diasporas in Denmark.
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 and Globalisation, Roskilde University in Denmark, and is based on qualitative research with Somali diasporas in Denmark. The research conducted for this brief took place during spring 2014 in co-operation with the Danish Refugee Council’s Diaspora Programme.
Peacebuilding course for African Diaspora
A group of 10 participants from the African diaspora (Sierra Leone, Burundi, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Somalia) followed this week a training on Peacebuilding at the Hague Academy. It was organised by the African Diaspora Policy Centre in cooperation with the Hague Academy, Network University and Cordaid. The participants discussed their roles in peacebuilding process in their countries of origin, and analysed how to make their interventions more effective.
WEBINAR REPORT: Migration, Entrepreneurship and Development
The webinar engaged a wide group of stakeholders in the field of migration and development on the topic of migrant/diaspora entrepreneurs as economic and social investors in the socio-economic development of their countries of origin or heritage. This Report captures the proceedings of the webinar on “Migration, Entrepreneurship and Development” hosted by the African Diaspora Policy Centre on 20 November 2014.
Capacity Building Training
The fourth capacity development training work- shop for government policymakers serving in the newly-formed Diaspora-oriented institutions in Africa, Addis Ababa, 24-28 November 2014.
Fourth EU-Africa Summit, April 2014, Brussels
In the run up to the fourth summit ADPC, JAES and other Diaspora organizations drafted an important declaration for the summit leaders, emphasizing the role of Diaspora. photo source: www.european-council.europa.eu
Female Migrants and Domestic Workers Day
Nairobi-Kenia, May 10th-11th 2012
NEW programme: Diaspora Academy
Enabling Diaspora actors to strenghten their skills through our Capacity Building Training, Research and Outreach activities
ADPC director Awil Mohamoud and MADE coordinator Stephen Deul actively participated in the Global Forum on Migration and Development in Stockholm, May 2014. Notable speakers include Mr. Ban Ki Moon and Princess Victoria of Sweden. More info will be available soon on our MADE page (photo by Mikael Sjöberg)
Climate change, development and Migration: an African Diaspora Perspective
New Discussion paper by ADPC (A.Mohamoud) and Germanwatch (A.Kaloga & S.Kreft)
African Diaspora Policy Centre
ADPC is a leading Diaspora think tank dedicated to mobilizing African Diaspora in Europe for the development of Africa.
ADPC: Event Calendar
November 20th,The Hague (NL) WEBINAR: “Migration, Entrepreneurship and Development” Time: 14:00-15:30 (GMT+1).
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