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Diaspora 4 Climate Action (D4C) Newlsletter #1
This is the first quarterly Newsletter for the Diaspora 4 Climate Action (D4C) project. It summarises the achievements and progress made during the first three months of project implementation (January-March 2023) and includes hyperlinks to some of the media content produced. The D4C Newsletter is primarily meant to inform and regularly update D4C stakeholders on the progress of the project.
A Logo for the Global Diaspora - Call for Design Submissions
The Global Diaspora Confederation needs your help to redesign our logo in a way that demonstrates the positive values and challenges of the global diaspora. We would like to invite you to share one or two logo designs with us, either done by hand, colored on paper, sketched on computer or described in a few sentences (telling us which shapes to include and why), by 31st…
Call for abstracts: Times and temporalities of migrant transnationalism
For a series of panels at the 2022 IMISCOE conference we invite papers that address migrant transnationalism with analytical perspectives on time and temporalities. Submit an abstract of between 200 and 250 words by 1 December 2021. The conference takes place in Oslo, Norway, from 29 June to 1 July 2022. Participation can be either physical or virtual.
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Strengthening mapping capacities and coordination of humanitarian assistance with diaspora organizations
The impact of diaspora contributions goes far beyond remittances because they give affected communities a lifeline before, during, and after disasters by sending medical missions, sharing skills, strengthening infrastructure, providing medicine for sick family members, and coming up with creative solutions to close gaps in the responses of traditional humanitarian actors.
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While diaspora actors have long contributed in various forms to humanitarian response efforts in their respective Countries of Origin (CoOs), most of this involvement has historically been ad hoc. These contributions include contextual knowledge, local connections, quick mobilization, financial support, and volunteers.
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Diaspora Economic Potential for Sustainable Development: Proven Strategies, Best Practices and Results
The Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) Summit, through its Roundtable 3 “Diasporas: actors of economic, social and cultural development of regions”, recognizes the contributions of diasporas to the sustainable development of their countries of destination and origin.
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Are you looking for ways to enhance the aid you deliver before, during, and after disasters? The IOM´s Framework for Diaspora Engagement in Humanitarian Assistance is a dynamic guide that offers flexible tools and systems to elevate the impact of your humanitarian efforts.
Project Context and Scope: The project “Diaspora engagement for the sustainable development of Montenegro (phase II)” is meant to offer an opportunity for greater involvement of diaspora in Montenegro and to develop stronger cooperation between Montenegrin institutions and expatriates, along with efforts to contextualise and adjust the policy level approach, with the ultimate goal of contributing…
SHORT-TERM PLACEMENT PROGRAM FOR ETHIOPA DIASPORA EXPERTS IN MECHANICAL ENGEENERING WITH COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL (CNC) EXPERIANCE - HAWASA
TERMS OF REFERENCE SHORT-TERM PLACEMENT PROGRAM FOR ETHIOPA DIASPORA EXPERTS IN MECHANICAL ENGEENERING WITH COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL (CNC) EXPERIANCE