“Impact is about creating a level-playing field.” Meet Augustine Agyeman-Duah who is bridging the gap between business and purpose through innovative global projects.
Although it is tempting to describe Augustine’s career as the path that is frequently travelled by many from the diaspora, it is anything but typical. With a career that has taken him across Africa, Asia and Europe, Augustine has found his calling in purpose-led projects.
The easiest way for governments to create enabling grounds for members of its diaspora to integrate properly into their respective development agenda is by collective engagement. Effective diaspora engagement does not only promote development, but also provides good opportunities to collaborate in all spheres for both the diaspora countries of residence and homelands.
On Friday 22nd of January 2021, the Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (CERES) will be hosting a webinar on the theme “Diaspora, Nation, and other Fantastic Interpretations of the 1821 Greek Revolution.”
Wine is not only reserved for drinking on festive occasions, but also useful to keep inhouse at all times. Wine is loved around the world and drank by people from all walks of life. French biologist, also credited with the discovery of pasteurization; Louis Pasteur aptly puts it in saying: “Wine is the most healthful and most hygienic of beverages.” Sometimes, especially after festive seasons and celebrations it is common…
Decades after the evolution of the internet globally, research shows that almost 4.66 billion people, making 59 percent of the global population were active internet users as of October 2020. Technology and innovation have advanced greatly, with information becoming easily accessible with the use of the internet.
Christmas is that time of the year where most people look forward to spending time with family and friends; as well as showing love and spreading cheer. Hugs, exchange of gifts and pleasantries never runs out as people from all walks of life take a break to enjoy the holidays. The year 2020 has been a different kind of year globally owing to the ‘alien’ Coronavirus that plagued the world.
Emira Ajeti– Using Business Development through Diaspora Relations in bridging the gap between the Private and Public Sector
For half a decade, Emira Ajeti has been leading the charge in bridging the diaspora engagement gap through her various roles in the private and public sector. She strongly believes that diaspora should be at the front and center of government portfolios, and that there is a strong need for systematic engagement with diasporas to ensure that a transparent and mutually respectful long-term relationship with them is built by nurturing credibility…
Since the proclamation of International Migrant’s Day in December 2000, the world has been celebrating the contributions of millions of migrants to their host and countries of origin each year on the 18th of December.
Awiyah in the Ghanaian Twi dialect means, ‘sun’ or sunshine.’ It is little wonder that our young Diasporan Personality is strong, dazzling, fierce and vibrant.