The Global Diaspora Confederation with the support of International Organization for Migration (IOM) is calling on all Diaspora Organizations to participate in our upcoming validation meeting as we present, validate and prioritize the ‘asks’ from the last consultation meeting held for the Global Diaspora Humanitarian Hub aimed at supporting organizations before, during and after crisis. Date: 24th September, 2022 Time: 1-3pm UTC Venue: Virtual/Zoom To register and participate
Through a series of consultations starting on 30th July 2022, Global Diaspora Confederation (GDC) aims to explore functions of the humanitarian hub in consultation with the Diaspora Organizations (DOs) and the role the Hub might play in strengthening communications, increasing coordination and cooperation in Humanitarian responses. The Global Diaspora Confederation (GDC) with the support of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) is in the conceptual phases of iden
“We need to create more solidarity to focus on two words that can never be taken for granted - trust building. We build trust by delivering impact, and Diaspora Organizations are one of the best benchmarks for measuring and monitoring impact”- Mr. Peter Kwok, GDC Chair The Global Diaspora Confederation (GDC) represented by the chair Mr. Peter Kwok, is glad to be participating at the ongoing International Migration Review Forum (IMRF) taking place at the UN headquarters in New
GDC is pleased to introduce and invite you to register to our very key partner iDiaspora - the global hub for diaspora supporters and organizations powered by the IOM, the UN Migration Agency. iDiaspora was created to serve as an active and impactful global community of diaspora leaders and organizations. By joining this global community, you can benefit from the resources they provide and help create a strong and effective network. Registration is easy and free of charge!
On this occasion of the International Migrants Day which coincides with the end of our Global Diaspora week with the Global Diaspora Assembly, we would like to take this chance to celebrate our success alongside all migrant communities. Migration has contributed to shaping the world. It is a defining part of many countries Identity, where different cultures, languages, and talents meet. Migration and mobility spread knowledge, contribute to growth and innovation. Some people
What an exciting Global Diaspora week we have had, with some great exchanges and conversations being conducted virtually between us as GDC, diaspora organizations from different regions of the world, and invited guest speakers. Thanks to the great effort our volunteers have put in, our inaugural Global Diaspora Week has been tremendously successful! So much so that we have received the wonderful news that the Deputy Director-General of IOM, Ms. Ugochi Daniels, is pleased to a
Another Successful Day! Diaspora Organizations are great catalysts of change for development. They can contribute to educational systems by providing training opportunities through available knowledge-sharing platforms for people of their homeland where the need is greatest; to clean energy by promoting initiatives that encourage best practices and ensuring the sustainability of projects by forming partnerships with the Government to create businesses. Thank you Kateryna Arda
Diaspora Organizations are key actors in development with the leverage of resources, knowledge, and skills to contribute to their local Diaspora communities. But sometimes due to communication gaps and unfamiliarity of relevant policies and opportunities in home countries, their contributions to wealth and employment creation can be limited from reaching full potential. GDC aims to connect with Diaspora Organizations in playing a role of advocacy and support for their work to