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What are the contributions of the diasporas to development aid and disaster relief? What role do they play on the global stage? We spoke to

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What role do transnational networks and mobile citizens of the South Sudanese community play in Australia and South Sudan? The report “The role of transnational

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Interview with Cindy Horst: “Diaspora provide a lot of humanitarian and development aid and it is a pity that we do not recognize or support

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From working in finance and management for one of the largest gas and electricity utility companies in Europe, to now specialising in humanitarian aid and

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Open for Business: Diaspora Market Shapers and Business Builders.
Business as usual? Not when diaspora communities have a say. The third Diaspora Learning Network (DLN) seminar aimed at exploring the significance of diaspora businesses as well as the dynamics, challenges and risks they face in Australia. Instead of only focusing on remittances, which is often the case in similar studies, this seminar looked beyond this factor to trade, investment as well as skill and technology transfer – “brain circulation” rather than brain drain is the key word.

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In times of crises   Diaspora engagement takes on a multitude of forms and one of them is crisis response, where the communities play an

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Diaspora Action Australia (DAA) warmly welcomes Denise Goldfinch to the role of Executive Director. “We’re thrilled to have Denise join our organisation. She brings an incredible

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After nearly a decade working with Diaspora Action Australia (DAA), our Executive Director and Co-Founder Denise Cauchi has decided to leave her position and open a new chapter in her life. Advocate, diplomat, leader, mentor, teacher, supporter, protestor, questioner, confidante, are some of the words that many may use to describe Denise. Her charming and engaging personality, her colourful and vibrant appearance, and her immense zest for life brightened up our office days. You’ll be missed dearly by all of us, Denise!

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David Nyuol Vincent, Director of Peace Palette, was one of three facilitators at Diaspora
Learning Network’s (DLN) Peacebuilding and Reconciliation seminar held on 24th
February at the University of Melbourne. Speaking about how real change can be
effected in their countries of origin, David went on to say that “it’s crucial to get
credibility in a very complex political surrounding. We must have a very clear agenda
and focus area.”

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Imagine a world where rivalries are settled through sporting competitions instead of violence. Wishful thinking? Not at all. Our longstanding colleagues at Peace Palette, a non-government organisation based in Twic State, South Sudan, and Melbourne, Australia made it a reality.