The research’s theme is to understand better the needs of diaspora groups, networks, and coalitions to enhance the role of the diaspora in international development.
Leaders of diaspora groups, networks and coalitions are invited to participate in a voluntary study to examine the lack of formal and direct engagement of international development donors with diasporas.
‘Engaging Diasporas as Stakeholders in International Development’ is a study by the Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California which has the core objective of undertaking research and consultations to explore the gap in the partnership framework of international development donors like USAID, while examining the various ways diasporas influence the development of the global south.
This exercise involves consultations with key stakeholders in the diaspora, specifically diaspora coalitions, businesses, organizations, coalitions, and other networks of influence.
The study includes an anonymous 30 – 40 minutes qualitative survey. Participants must be 18 years old or older to participate.
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