For four years running, the Ghana Property and Lifestyle Expo 2020 has been a global platform for connecting leading Real Estate developers, industry stakeholders and lifestyle agencies.
Networking is a great way of engaging the international community for advancement and development of its diasporas. In 2017 GlobalWelsh was founded as a nonprofit organisation in Wales, with its headquarters in Cwmbran, Torfaen.
Monique Russell: “Distilling your message in a clear and consistent way to enhance Diaspora Engagement.”
Communication is a key factor in bridging the gap among stakeholders with respect to Diaspora Engagement. In order to understand how critical this is, we are really pleased to speak to Monique Russell, Founder of Clear Communication Solutions, LLC.
In 2017, British-Ghanaian writer Sylvia Arthur moved to Ghana after living and working in the United Kingdom for a long time. Being a curator and lover of books, her passion led her to start a private library facility in the capital Accra with about 1,300 books of her own which she had planned to use to provide reading access to the local people; with majority of the collection authored by…
Just like an unwelcome guest, COVID-19 invaded our planet and was soon enough classified as a pandemic. We have been shaken by the negative impact it has had on economies and families around the world. Albeit, during the period of lockdown restrictions most people took advantage to spend quality family time.
Online learning technologies have always played a major role in modern education. Distance learning has become more of a need rather than a want, due to the impact that COVID-19 has had particularly on the educational sector.
The African diaspora is made up of migrants living all around the world, mainly in the Americas and Europe. Members are typically comprised of Africans who were disbursed to these areas as a result of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade; others seeking business and employment opportunities, as well as education.
“Diaspora engagement is about building the right quality of networks in your communities abroad” – Dr. Martin Russell
For global stakeholders as well as people generally interested in diaspora engagement, Dr Martin Russell is a very familiar name who presents a wealth of knowledge and experience in all areas of diaspora affairs.
The Singapore Global Network – creating an interactive space for Singaporeans and friends of Singapore abroad for continuous development
One of the many things that the Southeast Asian Republic of Singapore is known for is how it has successfully used multiracialism in shaping national policies to ensure continuous development. There are several people of Singaporean citizenship living as expatriates in the diaspora as well.
Irish in Britain – supporting members of the Irish community and its diverse organisations across Britain for growth and wellbeing
Diaspora based organisations play a critical role in consolidating growth and development for its members and country as a whole. Ireland is one of the countries that has successfully developed and properly documented the activities of its diaspora organisations globally.