The experience of the Manzoul organisation in using digital technology to support the Syrian diaspora
By Jihad Alabdullah After more than a year of coronavirus, we discovered that there are a huge amount of changes that we can make in our lives. These most likely are simply awaiting an event to accelerate their occurrence.
Technological tools to facilitate diasporas’ transnational engagement through the use of mobile applications and online platforms to respond to the pandemic: impact of technology on the diasporas’ cultural and political efforts
By Kazeem Ojoye Picture: AYEESI Executive with Oyo State Hon. Commissioner for youth development during a COVID-19 sensitisation programme.
INTIMAL: Relational listening that unknowingly prepared us for the COVID-19 pandemic
* This article has been written by Dr Ximena Alarcón-Díaz, Dr Ana-María Alarcón-Jiménez, and Dr Liliana Rodriguez, from the INTIMAL collective. The article includes the input of all members of the INTIMAL collective. Background